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My Friend Natalie
 
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Mary Francis Shura
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My Friend Natalie

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Elizabeth
seriously? i'm the only person on this entire website to have read this book? perhaps no one else remembers that they read it and never bothered to look for it on here. actually, it has an alternate title, which is also listed here and one person (not me) rated it.

anyway, the only reason i own it and read it is because my sister's name is natalie.
she is nothing like the character of natalie in the book.

basically, this little girl named natalie moves into a neighborhood, and she's a total brat, a
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Mary Francis Young was born on 23 February 1923 in Pratt, Kansas, the daughter of Jack Fant and Mary Francis (Milstead) Young. When she was very young, her family moved to the Pacific Northwest, where she raised. She studied at Maryville State College. On 24 October 1943, she married Daniel Charles Shura, who died in 1959. They had two children: Marianne Francis Shura (Spraguc) and Daniel Charles ...more
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