My Mother Was Never A KidPaperback - 2003
I can't believe my mother was ever my age. I think she was born a mother.... Now that she's a teenager, Victoria Martin expects freedom, good times, and maybe even some understanding from her mother. But no such luck! She's still getting the same old lectures, the same old groundings, and the same old punishments. It's obvious her mother was never thirteen years old.Then one day, as she's on her way home to get the telling-off of her life, something very strange happens to Victoria. When she finally arrives in New York, the station looks completely different, as if she's slipped back through time. And then she meets Cici -- cool, outgoing Cici, the best friend a girl like Victoria could want. But Victoria can't help feeling like she's met her somewhere before....
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Simon Pulse, 2003, c1977.
Edition: First Simon Pulse edition
Characteristics: 245 pages ;,18 cm.
Alternative Title: Hanging out with Cici
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