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Polarity in Motion by [Vicars, Brenda]
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Editorial Reviews


"A dazzling, richly textured YA debut." KIRKUS REVIEW

"Polarity in Motion should grace every library and reading list!" Dii TOP 500 REVIEWER

"Everything goes wrong at once for fifteen-year-old Polarity Weeks - and that's in addition to having a name that has to be explained...the human jungle at its most extreme. I loved it." David K. Bryant

"I wish I could get more stories like this. Stories that are so raw and pure that it makes you question the things you do in your real life as well." Jaly's Books, Boys & Food

"Talk about powerful!...Do a teen a favor, encourage them to read this..."  Tome Tender Book Blog

"... a novel that will not only have you pinned to your seats, but will also challenge your perceptions on equality." Wilson's Book Reviews

"... a story about bullying and shows you what can happen when you keep your mouth shut...." The Gal in the Blue Mask

"... a true-to-form high school scenario complete with cliques, bullying, cyber-bullying, and racial tension." Literary Musings and Manuscripts

"... a memorable and relevant teen book for the 21st century." Zigzag Timeline

"... a real coming of age story that many readers will relate to and learn from." The Coffee Pot

"Engaging story about the struggle of high-school bullies, a not-so perfect life and friends you never knew you had...." Novel Ink

"There was so much depth to the characters with layers that peeled away to reveal more interesting characters." Feed the Indie

"... hooked me from the very beginning and it kept my undivided attention till the end." Living in Our Own Story

"An excellent story that should resonate with all ages." Big Al's Books & Pals

About the Author

Brenda Vicars has worked in Texas public education for many years. Her jobs have included teaching, serving as a principal, and directing student support programs. For three years, she also taught college English to prison inmates. She entered education because she felt called to teach, but her students taught her the biggest lesson: the playing field is not even for all kids. Through her work, she became increasingly compelled to bring their unheard voices to the page. The heartbeat of her fiction emanates from the courage and resiliency of her students.