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   Writers: Wendy Lichtman (United States)  
 
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Wendy Lichtman writes personal essays for the Washington Post, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and Good Housekeeping, among other national publications.

She holds a degree in mathematics and has tutored public-school students in algebra for several years. When she decided to write about a teenage girl who realizes that some questions have more than one right answer, algebra, with its unknowns and variables, seemed a perfect metaphor. Wendy Lichtman lives in Berkeley, California.

Source: Amazon.com.


   
 
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  2007.  Secrets, Lies, and Algebra   (Amazon - Alibris)
2008.  Writing on the Wall, The   (Amazon - Alibris)
 
 
 
  Series  
 
 
  • Do the Math
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      Recurring themes  
     
     

  • Universities - Campus - School (2 books)
  • Mystery (2 books)
  • Children, Teens, Kids. (2 books)
  • Young Reader - Books for Children (9 to 12) (2 books)
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