“We are thrilled to host this opportunity to discuss a landmark piece of Young Adult literature with particular relevance to today’s concerns about bullying in schools,” Community Relations Manager Debra Lampert-Rudman said. “Ms. Hinton has been quoted as saying that the character, ‘Ponyboy’, is very close to her own self. Any child who has ever felt isolated or different can identify with Ponyboy Curtis. It is certain to be an enlightening evening.”
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
S. E. Hinton is one of the most popular and best-known writers of Young Adult fiction. Her novels include That Was Then, This Is Now; Some of Tim’s Stories, and Rumble Fish. She lives in Tulsa, OK with her husband