Impossible Things

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Orca Book Publishers, Apr 1, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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Cassidy Silver is not having a good year. Her engineer father is in the Middle East, her artist mother is too busy to listen to the painful details of her daughter's grade seven life, her genius younger brother is being bullied, and her best friend Chiaki has abandoned her to hang out with the meanest girls in school. Then Cassidy meets Victoria, who is telekinetic -- she can move objects with her mind. Cassidy, desperate to not be the only ordinary person in her family, thinks learning telekinesis could be the answer to all her problems. But is Victoria telling the truth? And is telekinesis really the solution?
 

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The main characters are two grade seven girls; Cassidy Silver and Victoria Morris. Cassidy has a habit of lisping when she is stressed and therefore is bullied because of this habit. She has a little ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
6
Chapter Three
13
Chapter Four
21
Chapter Five
27
Chapter Six
35
Chapter Seven
41
Chapter Eight
47
Chapter Fifteen
92
Chapter Sixteen
97
Chapter Seventeen
103
Chapter Eighteen
107
Chapter Nineteen
115
Chapter Twenty
122
Chapter TwentyOne
128
Chapter TwentyTwo
133

Chapter Nine
54
Chapter Ten
60
Chapter Eleven
67
Chapter Twelve
73
Chapter Thirteen
78
Chapter Fourteen
87
Chapter TwentyThree
141
Chapter TwentyFour
146
Chapter TwentyFive
154
Chapter TwentySix
160
Chapter TwentySeven
171
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Robin Stevenson is the author of ten books for children and young adults. Robin has also worked as a social worker, counselor and university instructor. She enjoys reading, traveling, visiting schools and talking to people of all ages about books and writing. Robin lives in Victoria, British Columbia, with her family.

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