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"WE WERE DELINQUENTS, ADDICTS, MENTAL CASES, ORPHANS AND KIDS FROM BROKEN HOMES."

Fifteen-year-old Kate Steiner is not sure why she is suddenly boarding at an East Coast school for troubled kids, though there is evidence that her lawyer parents are having marital problems. It is the mid-1970's, and at the progressive school where she has landed, Kate is initiated into a str
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ebook, 208 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by Blue Table Books (first published April 13th 2011)
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JusMe
Jul 29, 2011 JusMe rated it liked it
I couldn't really get into this book. Although I did stick with it I had a couple of favorites and it did end beautifully.

I had always liked Junior. He was eight years old and small for his age, with twiggy limbs and a large round head covered with short frizzy black hair. He had the curliest eyelashes, and brown skin as soft as feathers. He was just sitting there, lost in a tattered green armchair........
"Don't you have activities to go to?"
He shook his head. "I don't want to bake no cakes."
"Yo
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Definitely not one of her better ones. Guess it was probably aimed at a younger reader. Dark,flat,lacked emotion.
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The first thing I ever wrote that received any notice was a one page story for my third grade English teacher. I don't recall what the assignment was, but I somehow found myself writing about a woman at a dinner party who suddenly realizes her teeth are invisible. She sits there, wedged between two chattering guests, wondering how she will eat, how she will talk, and generally how she will get out ...more
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