Cover of: I do, don't I? | Catherine Clark

About the Book

"We have buried the putrid corpse of liberty.""
-- Benito Mussolini
It's not like I'm surprised my mom picked the Mussolini quote for her wedding invitation. She's never been what one would call "conventional." I was a little surprised (but happy) when she agreed to marry my English teacher, Max Medina. Which makes my summer even busier -- with my classes at Chilton, the

Edition Notes

From the teleplays: "Sadie, Sadie" and "Hammers and veils" written by Amy Sherman-Palladino; and the teleplays "Red light on wedding night" and "Road trip to Harvard" written by Daniel Palladino.

Genre
Fiction.
Other Titles
Gilmore girls

Classifications

Library of Congress
CPB Box no. 2109 vol. 26

The Physical Object

Pagination
169 p., [8] p. of plates :
Number of pages
169

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3384817M
Internet Archive
idodonti00clar
ISBN 10
0060097574
LC Control Number
2004563909
OCLC/WorldCat
50574582
Library Thing
934213
Goodreads
424107
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I do, don't I?
2002, HarperEntertainment
in English

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