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Other editions of book The Face in the Mirror

  • The Face in the Mirror

    Stephanie S. Tolan

    Hardcover (HarperCollins, Oct. 1, 1998)
    When fifteen-year-old Jared is forced to live with the father he has never met, he joins his father's theatrical troupe during of production of Shakespeare's Richard III. First-time actor Jared must cope by himself with a hostile, competitive half brother who's a television star, until he is befriended by the spirit of an old actor -- a delightful ghost who vows that Jared will become a star as well. The production -- and Jared's performance -- seem charmed . . . but then Jared realizes that he and his brother have begun to enact a real-life tragedy that echoes the plot of Shakespeare's bloody play.
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  • The Face in the Mirror

    Stephanie S. Tolan

    Hardcover (William Morrow 1998, First Edition, Oct. 1, 1998)
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  • The Face in the Mirror

    Stephanie S. Tolan

    Paperback (Harpercollins Childrens Books, Aug. 1, 2000)
    Joining his estranged father in a professional production of Shakespeare's "Richard III," Jared tries to cope with acting insecurities, his obnoxious half brother, and a theater ghost.
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  • Face in the Mirror

    Stephanie S. Tolan

    Paperback (Demco Media, Oct. 1, 2000)
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  • The face in the mirror

    Stephanie S Tolan

    Unknown Binding (Morrow Junior Books, March 15, 1998)
    Jared doesn't believe in ghosts, but...While spending the summer with the father he has never met before, Jared finds himself acting in a production of Richard III. His half brother Tad, a television star and all-around brat, torments first-time actor Jared. Then Jared sees a face shimmering in the dressing-room mirror and meets the ghostly presence who has inhabited the grand old theater for more than one hundred years, and who becomes his friend and ally. But as opening night approaches, Jared's enchantment with the ghost turns to terror when he realizes that he and Tad are being drawn too deeply into Shakespeare's bloody play.