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Dicey's Song

Dicey's Song


by Cynthia Voigt

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Author Cynthia Voigt feels that the two most important things adults can say to kids are "I was wrong," and, "I'm sorry." We think Cynthia Voigt is pretty rad. (Source.)

In 2002, Voigt published the seventh and last novel in the Tillerman Cycle, Seventeen Against the Dealer, in which Dicey ends up with her own boatbuilding business and—say it ain’t so—a boyfriend.

Cynthia Voigt and her husband were both high school teachers. Voigt was her daughter’s high school English teacher, and her husband taught their son. So yes, your life could be worse. (Source.)

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