Lefty Carmichael Has a Fit

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Orca Book Publishers, Jan 1, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 215 pages
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When fifteen-year-old Lefty Carmichael finds out he has epilepsy, his world is pretty much turned upside down. The idea of having a seizure at a totally unexpected moment is pretty scary at first, but Lefty comes to believe that he can handle it. What heís not sure he can handle is the reaction of his family and friends to the news of his disability. His mom passes out the first time she witnesses a seizure. His best friend Rueben spreads rumors about him. His almost-girlfriend is too scared to be alone with him anymore. And it gets worse!

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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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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