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Judith Viorst, author of numerous books for both adults and children, has celebrated the advent of each stage of her life with a volume of poems. She’s published "It’s Hard to be Hip over Thirty," "How did I Get to be Forty," and "Forever Fifty" in turn. Now she welcomes a new decade with her latest collection of comic verse, "Suddenly Sixty."
- Judith Viorst Author of many books for adults and children, including "Too Young to be Seventy," "Grown-up Marriage," "Necessary Losses," "Just in Case," and "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day."
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