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Sheila Salmon

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The responsibilities of a child of divorced parents to herself and her family is the theme of [Hey, That's My Soul You're Stomping On]…. Although the theme is apt and some of the characters well-drawn, the plot is dull and there are a multitude of adolescent novels that cover the same ground. Its best feature is the sympathetic and non-stereotypic images of older people that it presents.

Sheila Salmon, "'Hey, That's My Soul You're Stomping On'," in Children's Book Review Service (copyright © 1978 Children's Book Review Service Inc.), Vol. 6, No. 12, Spring, 1978, p. 116.

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