Where Have All the Flowers Gone?: The Diary of Molly MacKenzie Flaherty is a historical fiction book written by Ellen Emerson White. It is the twenty-seventh book in Scholastic's Dear America. It was published in June 2002. Into No Man's Land is considered a "companion journal" to this book.
- "In honor of all the members of the fire service particularly the heroes of the FDNY."
- "January 2, 1968
My New Year's resolution is to do something.... I'm just not sure how to do it, or even what to do. If I wanted to protest, I could go downtown and stand around Boston Common, holding signs with hippies, any day of the week. But even if I could get around the fact that it would be betraying Patrick, I don't think that really accomplishes anything. I've seen lots of demonstrators—especially over in Harvard Square—and I know I'm not supposed to say this, but it seems like a big waste of time to me.... Besides, the government knows that lots of people are against the war, and they just keep asking for more troops, anyway."
- Main article: List of Where Have All the Flowers Gone? characters
- Main article: Ellen Emerson White
- Interview with Ellen Emerson White about Where Have All the Flowers Gone? at Scholastic
- Where Have All the Flowers Gone? Discussion Guide at Scholastic