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Caroline Leavitt

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Caroline Leavitt is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Is This Tomorrow, Pictures of You, Girls In Trouble, Coming Back To Me, Living Other Lives, Into Thin Air, Family, Jealousies, Lifelines, Meeting Rozzy Halfway. Various titles were optioned for film, translated into different languages, and condensed in magazines.

Genres: Children's Fiction, Literary Fiction, Historical, Romance
New and upcoming books
April 2024

Days of Wonder
   Meeting Rozzy Halfway (1980)
   Lifelines (1982)
   Jealousies (1983)
   Into Thin Air (1993)
   Living Other Lives (1995)
   Coming Back to Me (2001)
     aka Maternal Instinct
   Girls in Trouble (2003)
   Pictures of You (2011)
   Is This Tomorrow (2013)
   Family (2014)
   Cruel Beautiful World (2016)
   With or Without You (2020)
   Days of Wonder (2024)
Series contributed to
Wishbone Mysteries
   2. The Haunted Clubhouse (1997)
   Tale of the Missing Head (1998) (with Alexander Steele)
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Caroline Leavitt recommends
Bunyan and Henry (2024)
Mark Cecil
"Mark Cecil takes the Paul Bunyan legend, turns it on its head, and makes it do somersaults."
The Young of Other Animals (2024)
Chris Cander
"Love and loss, in Cander's powerfully addictive new novel, unearth dark secrets and a shared trauma that threaten to earthquake an already shaky bond between a mother and daughter. Cander's usual eloquence with characters is in full force here, as is her understanding that feelings are not facts, love is persistent, and what we think might kill us can be the very thing to save us."
Again and Again (2023)
Jonathan Evison
"Evison's dazzling new novel does what the best literature does, pulls us out of our lives and plunges us into another - in this case many others - and it does it in a way that is truly, mindbendingly, genius. A stunning Scherazade-told tale about the only subject that matters - love - Again and Again is about the stories we tell ourselves to create ourselves, the stories we believe, and the way a human heart can shatter and still find a kind of wholeness. To say I loved this book is an understatement."

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