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|Genre/Form:||Young adult works
Young adult fiction
|Material Type:||Elementary and junior high school, Fiction|
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|Notes:||Sequel: A school for brides : a story of maidens, mystery, and matrimony.|
|Awards:||American Library Association Best Fiction for Young Adults, 2013|
|Description:||261 pages ; 19 cm|
Publishers Weekly STARRED REVIEW In her first book in 10 years, Kindl (Lost in the Labyrinth) creates a sharp-witted comedy of manners set in 19th-century England that mirrors the narrative voice of
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Keeping the Castle is rather like Jane Austen's Emma meets Cinderella but without any dead mothers. A beautiful but impoverished teenager makes naive, clueless attempts at matchmaking in an effort to save her family's crumbling home. Since her single-minded drive to...
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