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Permission Slips

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A mosaic of teen chaos, confusion and sexual anarchy is the backdrop for ninth-grader Alison Gepner's search for meaning and first love. A good girl who would rather be seen as an edgy individualist, Alison is surrounded by a crushing teen culture. She faces the fight of her life, just to have a life. The wily schemes of a jealous competitor threaten to take away Alison's ...more
Paperback, 292 pages
Published July 1st 2005 by Way It Works Press (first published April 2005)
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Jan 25, 2009 Jaemi rated it it was ok
Shelves: adult-fiction
Take life in any small town as you know it, mix it up with a few other small towns, throw in a little imagination for the things you might not know, and you've got life in Hadleyville Falls High School. Sometimes it seems like a world far away and others it's eerily familiar. Students will likely enjoy reading about the Administration, and Administration may enjoy reading about the students. Although for the most part they are far from funny, or charming, and in some cases likeable. Yes indeed, ...more
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Permission Slips uncovers all the ugliness of teenage behavior and inner-urban schools.
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Jerry Sander has worked with inner-city, suburban, and rural teenagers as a Certified Social Worker in private practice, in agencies, and in schools for the past 19 years. He currently works in a suburban public high school as a Student Assistance Counselor.

Born in Amityville, New York, he is a graduate of Oberlin College and has a Masters degree in Social Work from New York University. His compl
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