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Lily's Crossing

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Hardcover published by Delacorte Books for Young Readers (Random House Children's Books)

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When Lily meets Albert, a refugee from Hungary, during the summer of 1944, they begin a special friendship. However, Lily and Albert have both told lies, and Lily has told a lie that may cost Albert his life.
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When Lily meets Albert, a refugee from Hungary, during the summer of 1944, they begin a special friendship. However, Lily and Albert have both told lies, and Lily has told a lie that may cost Albert his life.
Product Details
Hardcover (192 pages)
Published: February 10, 1997
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Imprint: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780385321426
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  • Lily Mollahan's bedroom was at the top of the stairs, the only one on the second floor.

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  • Lily stopped to kiss Gram, and then she was walking toward them, feeling a little shy, but only for a moment, because Albert was pulling Ruth down the steps, and she could hear him...

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