Born: 1948 in Illinois
Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Vicki Grove grew up in a small town on the Illinois prairie. Biography: Vicki Grove has written a number of novels for young readers that revolve around life in the American Midwest, where she grew up. She now resides in Lincoln, Missouri
- -- Silver Angel, ''He Gave Her Roses''
- -- Putnam Fiction Prize, ''Goodbye, My Wishing Star''
- -- Midland Authors Award, ''Destiny''
Vicki Grove on WorldCat : http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=vicki+grove
|Candles in the snow
ISBN: 0803486812 OCLC: 17666155 Avalon Books, T. Bouregy and Co., New York : 1988.
ISBN: 0698119126 OCLC: 41951137 Putnam's, New York : 2000. Twelve-year-old Destiny tries to find meaning in her art in a life complicated by three younger siblings, a mother who dreams of winning the lottery, and her mother's unscrupulous boyfriend.
|Ein wirklich seltsamer Sommer
ISBN: 3407781962 OCLC: 75548339 Beltz und Gelberg Weinheim 1995
|He gave her roses /
ISBN: 0931529921 OCLC: 20596059 Teenage Books, Loveland, Colo. : ©1990. The reader's decisions control the course of a story in which Stacy, a Christian teenager, confronts sexuality, dating, and marriage.
|Mi wu nong zhuang
ISBN: 9579127050 OCLC: 816388956 Zhong tang zhi ye chu ban : Tai bei shi : 1994[min 83]
|Reaching Dustin /
ISBN: 0698118391 OCLC: 44783791 Puffin Books, New York : 2000, ©1998. Fifth-grader Carly's assignment to interview a reclusive, brooding classmate leads her to discover some of the events that have caused his antisocial behavior and abusive family's negative impact on their Missouri farming community, and Carly's family in particular.
ISBN: 9781440621307 OCLC: 458774691 Putnam's, New York : ©2007. Fourteen-year-old Rhiannon lives high on the bluff of Clodaghcombe with her healer Mom and grandmother. She helps them tend to the sick and wounded from the town below, a town swirling with controversy ever since the arrival of the Norman gentry and the tragic shipwreck that killed the king's only son and heir to the throne.
ISBN: 0399236333 OCLC: 176123845 Putnam's, New York : ©2007. Fourteen-year-old Rhiannon lives high on the bluff of Clodaghcombe with her healer Mom and grandmother. She helps them tend to the sick and wounded from the town below--a town swirling with controversy ever since the arrival of the Norman gentry and the tragic shipwreck that killed the king's only son and heir to the throne. Rhiannon finds herself transfixed imagining the horrid disaster that took so many youths near her own age. Then tragedy strikes closer to home with the discovery of a stranger's body near their bluff and accusations of murder leveled at one of their residents. Rhiannon knows she has to do something even though it means standing up to the aristocracy. But with help from a young monk and a mysterious pirate from France Rhiannon hatches a dangerous plan to discover the true murderer's identity and sets off on a course that could have stunning consequences and perhaps even reveal an astounding secret that could change history.
|The fastest friend in the West
ISBN: 0590443380 OCLC: 25643212 Scholastic, New York : , ©1990. When her best friend dumps her to be with the popular kids, overweight Lori shares an unusual but brief friendship with a homeless girl.
|The starplace /
ISBN: 0698118685 OCLC: 45663512 Puffin Books, New York : 2000, ©1999. Thirteen-year-old Frannie learns hard lessons about prejudice and segregation when she becomes friends with a young black girl who moves into her small Oklahoma town in 1961.
ISBN: 9781439510506 OCLC: 232981772 Paw Prints 2008.