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  • Friday Night Is Papa Night

    Ruth A. Sonneborn, Emily Arnold McCully

    Mass Market Paperback (Puffin, June 2, 1987)
    Friday night is the family's special night because Papa joins them, but this week Papa dosen't come home.
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  • Friday Night Is Papa Night: 2

    Ruth A. Sonneborn

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, March 16, 1970)
    Friday night is the family's special night because Papa joins them, but this week Papa doesn't come home.
  • Friday Night Is Papa Night

    L. C. Hunt

    Paperback (Henry Holt & Co, June 1, 1973)
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  • Friday Night

    Andy King

    language (MissionDevelopment.com, Feb. 15, 2016)
    Sara lives to win basketball games. She’s given up reading minds—it’s more honest that way.Funny how life has other plans.Baffled when she falls for the school's baddest rich boy, she wishes she could read his mind. But she’s not confused at all when her new girlfriend is attacked. Sara has no choice but to use her gift of telepathy. Can she use it for justice? Absolutely.Her back to the wall in an emotional avalanche, Sara's stunned by a loss so sharp she can barely breathe. Revenge? They're after her, too.It all comes down to Friday Night.This interview with the author was conducted in February, 2016.Q – Following your novel Twin Break, this is another book that's different in several ways. How did you think of the story idea?A - This story was a natural sequel idea. As I mentioned elsewhere, the concept of Twin Break came to me in a dream. I had to write another book because Sara, the main person, was so interesting.Q – You've branched out from your other books. Why?A – I really like suspense thrillers. In this book, Friday Night, I was able to create a thriller inside a book where the setting is sports, and the paranormal, in a sort of coming of age, teen-to-young adult setting. So actually, Friday Night is a lot like those suspense thrillers I've written before.Q – Is it a YA or middle grade book?A – Not this one. The main characters are teens, and anyone above the age of 13 can read it and enjoy it, but it does have some adult language and adult situations. It starts as YA sports romance, but moves to a paranormal thriller as the book progresses. It still has some scenes about social and family issues, growing up and how we handle the facts of life.Q – Why basketball?A – Twin Break is set in basketball, the game of basketball moves quickly and the story moves quickly. It felt right to have that kind of communication between the people in the book.Q – Doesn’t the story world of high school basketball limit the audience?A – The book goes pretty far beyond high school basketball, sometimes way beyond. There is a little less emphasis on basketball in this book.Q – Will there be another sequel? How about a series?A – Definitely. Sara is growing in so many ways I may follow her story for a few more years. I'm working on the third book now.Q – Anything you want to tell people who might read this book?A – You’ll like it because it moves fast, explores emotions and has a thrilling conclusion. Thanks for giving it a try.
  • Friday Night Is Papa Night

    Ruth A. Sonneborn

    Library Binding (Bt Bound, Dec. 16, 2003)
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  • Friday Night Is Papa Night: 2

    Ruth A. Sonneborn

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, March 16, 1970)
    Friday night is the family's special night because Papa joins them, but this week Papa doesn't come home.
  • FRIDAY NIGHT FRIGHT

    Quin harkin

    Paperback (Aladdin, Oct. 1, 1995)
    Planning a Halloween trick-or-treat sleepover weekend, best friends Kaitlin, Emily, and Lexie are startled when their super-strict gym teacher, Mr. Meany, is spotted creeping around his backyard under the full moon. Original.
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  • Friday Night

    Andy King

    (MissionDevelopment.com, Feb. 16, 2016)
    Sara lives to win basketball games. She’s given up reading minds—it’s more honest that way. Funny how life has other plans. Baffled when she falls for the school's baddest rich boy, she wishes she could read his mind. But she’s not confused at all when her new girlfriend is attacked. Sara has no choice but to use her gift of telepathy. Can she use it for justice? Absolutely. Her back to the wall in an emotional avalanche, Sara's stunned by a loss so sharp she can barely breathe. Revenge? They're after her, too. It all comes down to Friday Night.
  • Friday night is papa night

    Ruth A Sonneborn

    Unknown Binding (Frank Schaffer Publications, March 8, 1993)
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  • Friday Night Is Papa Night

    Sonnenborn, Mccully

    Hardcover (The Viking Press, March 15, 1972)
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  • Friday Night is Papa Night

    Ruth A. Sonneborn

    Hardcover (Viking, Aug. 16, 1970)
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  • Friday Night Is Papa Night

    Ruth A. Sonneborn

    Paperback (Demco Media, May 1, 1987)
    Friday night is the family's special night because Papa joins them, but this week Papa dosen't come home.
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