Rules of the Road

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Puffin Books, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 201 pages
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Sixteen-year-old Jenna gets a job driving the elderly owner of a chain of successful shoe stores from Chicago to Texas to confront the son who is trying to force her to retire. Along the way, the girl hones her talents as a saleswoman and finds the strength to face her alcoholic father.

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After I devoured all of Sarah Dessen's books, our teen fiction buyer turned me on to Joan Bauer. I was so pleased to discover that her books are exactly in the same vein - strong, realistic female ... Read full review

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I really hated it because there was to many big events in the story so it made the ending bad

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Joan Bauer is the author of numerous books for young readers including Soar; Rules of the Road, which received the L.A. Times Book Prize; Hope Was Here, which won a Newbery Honor Medal and the Christopher Award; and Close to Famous, which won the Christopher Award and the Schneider Family Book Award.

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