All the King's Horses

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H. Shaw Publishers, 1990 - Brothers and sisters - 238 pages
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Two very different sophomore boys learn to love a younger sister who is dying.

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This book changed my life in a way I might never understand. A book with one single central subject: hope, also covered many other touching sub topics, like love, friendship, racism, struggle, in a way that most teenagers can relate. I thoroughly enjoyed it... even though I wasn't much of a reader at the time. I think I was about 12 when I first read it and read it several times growing up. Definitely one of my all time favorites! 

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
21
Section 3
49
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Jeff Nesbit is a former communications director to the vice president at the White House, served as the director of public affairs for two prominent federal science agencies, and has been a national journalist with Knight Ridder Newspapers. He is the author of 20 novels. Cocreator of the Emmy award-winning "Science of the Olympic Winter Games" and the "Science of NFL Football" video series with NBC Sports, Jeff is executive director for Climate Nexus and writes "At the Edge," a weekly science column for "U.S. News & World Report".

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