A Song for Jeffrey

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American Girl, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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These contemporary novels feature girls who face everyday challenges and more serious problems as they approach their teen years. In figuring out how to cope when life is less than perfect, they begin to understand what growing up is all about.

Life seems grim to 11-year-old Dodie. But she develops a new outlook when she meets Jeffrey, a boy with muscular dystrophy and a passion for art. This book explores the true meaning of friendship -- and the ways a serious illness can test it.

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User Review  - StoryStereo - Goodreads

I can't believe it, I almost forgot about this book! Should really find my copy...I wonder if I even still have it... My opinion on it can be summed up into one word: FEELS. Read full review

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User Review  - Toryia - Goodreads

I think "A Song for Jeffery" is an inspirational book that helps people understand that people are not aliens because they have a disability. That is why I also like the book "Rules" by Cynthia Lord ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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