Between Mom and Jo

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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Dec 17, 2007 - Young Adult Fiction - 240 pages
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Nick has a three-legged dog named Lucky, some pet fish, and two moms who think he's the greatest kid ever. And he happens to think he has the greatest Moms ever, but everything changes when his birth mom and her wife, Jo, start to have marital problems. Suddenly, Nick is in the middle, and instead of having two Moms to turn to for advice, he has no one.

Nick's emotional struggle to redefine his relationships with his parents will remind readers that a family's love can survive even the most difficult times.
 

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really good book

User Review  - omgkamf - Borders

this book is really good. i like how julie anne peters puts mom and jo having there own point of view. the ending was surpring. its unpredictable. i recomend this book to anyone wanting a good book to read Read full review

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Nick is a fourteen year old with two mother's. His life is turned upside down when they decide they are going to separate. A look into having bisexual parents, unfortunately it is very long, but great subject matter for younger high school and upper middle school.

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Julie Anne Peters is the critically acclaimed author of Define "Normal," Keeping You a Secret, Far from Xanadu, and Luna, a National Book Award Finalist.