From School Library Journal
Miranda Doyle, San Francisco Public Library
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I wish boys would give this book a chance. Generally it is only my 8th grade girls who pick it off the classroom bookshelf. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Too many curse words. Bad ones too, so I cannot use this with my students. I wish they would change that because I think the message is a good one.Published 4 months ago by Frugal shopper and wise investor
This story was written in then and now segments.
Focusing on the time before the baby was born and the day to day lives of the two involved and the now segments focusing... Read more
Another book I bought for the boys in the Juvenile Correctional Facility. They enjoyed this book and it was one of the keepers around the dorm. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. Baisden
5 stars because it was so realistic and really got a person thinking about their life. It was a good ending though, and worth the time I had to wait to read it.Published 7 months ago by P. Forgione
This is a wonderful asset to my health class. The high school target group responds well to the book and topic.Published 9 months ago by paula e.