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Sunday, May 13, 2007

New fiction: overcoming hippie parents

The true test for the hippie kids of Flower Children is not their parents' divorce, nor is it dealing with the string of short-term boyfriends and girlfriends who woo their folks.

It's junior high.

Raised in a cartoonish house with four rooms stacked one atop another, a dirt floor in the kitchen and a swing dangling from the living room ceiling, the children in Maxine Swann's novel want nothing more than to fit in with their peers.

"Flower Children Face Life Among Non-Hippies"
Courier News (Illinois)

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