The Tuesday Cafe

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Orca Book Publishers, Jan 1, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 121 pages
4 Reviews
His parents don't seem to understand what is going on in his life at all. He's not doing well at school. And a juvenile court judge has just ordered him to write a 2000-word essay on how he's going to turn his life around.

Now his mother has enrolled him in a writing class called The Tuesday Cafe, but it's not the kind of class she expected.

It all started with a small fire in a garbage can. Unfortunately, the garbage can was in the hallway of Harper's school and...

The Tuesday Cafe is the first of four books in the Harper Winslow series.
Book two is A Fly Named Alfred.
Book three is A Beatiful Place on Yonge Street.
Book four is The Popsicle Journal.


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Review: Tuesday Cafe (Harper Winslow #1)

User Review  - Cheryl - Goodreads

This is a wonderful book for anyone, especially teens. It follows a 15 year-old, Haper Winslow, who feels misunderstood. He has just been ordered by the court to write an essay on how he is going to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sullywriter - LibraryThing

I'm not sure (Books for Young Children) follows the title because this actually quite a good teen novel. Read full review

About the author (1996)

Don Trembath was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and attended the University of Alberta. Trembath was a writing instructor at the Prospects Literary Association in Edmonton and was a regular columnist for the Edmonton Journal. He has also contributed to Canadian Living and Your Baby. His series features a 16 year old outcast included in Harper Winslow, The Tuesday Cafe, which was nominated for a Best Books for Young Adults Award, and A Fly Named Alfred, which was nominated for the American Library Association's Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers list.

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