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TANGERINE

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A legally blind seventh-grader with clearer vision than most wins acceptance in a new Florida school as his football-hero older brother self-destructs in this absorbing, multi-stranded debut. Paul's thick lenses don't keep him from being a first-rate soccer goalie, but they do make him, willy-nilly, a "handicapped" student and thus, according to his new coach, ineligible to play. After a giant ... Read full review

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User Review  - utbw42 - LibraryThing

Interesting....and weird. I read this along with my son as part of his summer reading. I'm sure a 13-year-old can relate to this book much better than I can right now. A good title for this book could ... Read full review

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User Review  - amydelpo - LibraryThing

Good book for boys -- middle school on up. No sex -- just a little violence -- some issues of belonging, bullying, difference. Also has themes of environmentalism and class. Read full review

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oh my gosh<3 this book. I recommend it. I don't like reading but it was amazing and i wanted to read, and i didn't want to stop!

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wat a NICE BOOK

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this book sucks poop i got 2 read it 4 english class and i h8it
DONT READ IT!!! :(

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