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Orca Book Publishers, Sep 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Josh had been living in a group home after being ratted out by Scott, his one-time best friend. Now he has moved in with his brother and overbearing sister-in-law and has been sent to a class designed to teach him to deal with his anger. When an old enemy continues to push his buttons and Scott appears to be up to his old tricks, Josh struggles to control his temper. Framed for a crime he didn’t commit, it will take all of his new-found strength to keep his cool and his freedom.

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User Review  - clayton - Borders

This book was really good. It is about a boy named Josh. He has anger management. He had to work with dogs that had problems. Scott was someone he hated was the teacher in the class. He got so mad at him at one time in his life. Read full review

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I love this book!!! it's amazing! I just started reading it yesterday and oh my god! I love it, you are an amazing writer!!

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About the author (2005)

Norah McClintock's fascinating mysteries are hard to put down. She is a five-time winner of the Crime Writers of Canada's Arthur Ellis Award for Best Juvenile Crime Novel. Although Norah is a freelance editor, she still manages to write at least one novel a year. Norah grew up in Montreal, Quebec, and now lives with her family in Toronto, Ontario. This is her eleventh book with Orca.

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