10th Grade: A Novel

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Random House Trade Paperbacks, 2003 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Jeremiah Reskin has big plans for tenth grade—he wants to make some friends and he wants to take a girl’s shirt off. It’s not going too well at first, but when he meets a group of semibohemian outcasts, things start to change. Soon he’s negotiating his way through group back rubs and trying to find the courage to make a move on Renee Shopmaker, the hottest girl in school. At the behest of his composition teacher, Jeremy’s also chronicling everything in his own novel—a disastrously ungrammatical but unflinching look at sophomore year.


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It will make you miss Cafeteria Tater Tots

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If perhaps you have trouble remembering the hellish world of 10th grade, this book will bring it right back and dump it in your lap. The main character, Jeremiah, experiences everything you loved and ... Read full review

10th grade: a novel

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This may be Weisberg's first novel, but he's got connections and maybe the right genes: brother Jacob (In Defense of Government) is also a Random author. Here, protagonist Jeremy navigates the ever-changing alliances of tenth grade. ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
15
Section 3
27
Section 4
33
Section 5
45
Section 6
57
Section 7
79
Section 8
87
Section 12
141
Section 13
175
Section 14
185
Section 15
193
Section 16
199
Section 17
209
Section 18
217
Section 19
225

Section 9
97
Section 10
111
Section 11
135
Section 20
237
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About the author (2003)

Joseph Weisberg was born and raised in Chicago and now lives in New York City. He wrote his first short story, “The Mid-Life Crisis Exploits,” when he was twelve. 10th Grade is his first novel.


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