If Rock and Roll Were a Machine

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Delacorte Press, 1992 - Authorship - 209 pages
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When an elementary school teacher's criticisms turn Bert Bowden from a bright, popular boy into a self-conscious, awkward one, Bert is determined to regain his old confidence and be somebody.

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Terry Davis is an American novelist who lives near Spokane, Washington, and is a professor emeritus of English at Minnesota State University, Mankato (MSU Mankato), where he taught creative writing fiction and screenwriting as well as adolescent literature. Davis, who has been a high school English teacher and a wrestling coach, is the author of three novels for young adults: "Vision Quest", "Mysterious Ways", and "If Rock and Roll Were a Machine". He has also written "Presenting Chris Crutcher", a biography of the respected young-adult author.

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