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“Underneath is her senior yearbook quote from 2006: "Truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave, and impossible to forget.”
“The Underneath is the first novel by Appelt, who has also [...]”
“The Underneath is the first novel by Appelt, who has also written picture books for children.”
“The Underneath is so drenched in sorrow that while it might pain some children at any time, you wonder how it will affect those who are suffering greatly because of the recession.”
“The problem with The Underneath is in part a lack of balance.”
“Underneath is a sticker saying 'trash ist kultur' (trash is kulture).”
“Underneath is comparatively soft Niagara shale, of about the same thickness.”
“And then he took them out through his back door, for the front door had no pathway nor even a step -- from it the old man used to empty his slops sheer on to the Southern Cross -- and so they came to the garden wherein his cabbages were, and those flowers that only blow in Fairyland, turning their faces always towards the comet, and he pointed them out the way to the place he called Underneath, where the Gladsome Beast had his lair.”
“Underneath is the inscription: 'WHEN YE HATH SOUGHT THE”
“In the story, the Underneath is a crawlspace below the half-collapsed shack of a pitiless, disfigured trapper known as Gar Face.”
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