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Better Than Running at Nightby Hillary Frank
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Colby and Bev have a long-standing pact: graduate, hit the road with Bev's band, and then spend the year wandering around Europe. But moments after the tour kicks off, Bev makes a shocking announcement: she's abandoning their plans - and Colby - to start college in the fall.
But the show must go on and The Disenchantments weave through the Pacific Northwest, playing in small towns and dingy venues, while roadie- Colby struggles to deal with Bev's already-growing distance and the most important question of all: what's next?
Morris Award–finalist Nina LaCour draws together the beauty and influences of music and art to brilliantly capture a group of friends on the brink of the rest of their lives.
Just out of high school, Ellie looks forward to recreating herself and her art during a winter session at the New England College of Art and Design. Ellie finds the ideal opportunity in her first days as she begins dirty dancing with the Devil. Then she makes out with him. This is a story about independence, trust, and boys. Illustrations.
Having left behind the melodrama of her solitary high school days—and the beheaded martyrs in her paintings—Ellie arrives at the New England College of Art and Design. Looking forward to the opportunity to recreate herself and her art, she begins her first day by dirty dancing with the Devil. Then she makes out with him. Ellie soon learns a lot about herself in this story about independence, trust, and boys.
About the Author
Hillary Frank is a freelance writer and artist. She has an MFA in drawing from the New York Academy of Art and has been a contributor to Public Radio International"s This American Life since June 1999. In 1998 she won the short short fiction contest sponsored by The Connection on WBUR, and in 1989 she was the national grand prize winner of the Binney and Smith Crayola Competition, placing first out of 30,000 entries. This is her first novel for teens.
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