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Knopf, 1983 - Adolescence - 253 pages
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Biddy Siebert has problems. His parents are always fighting about him, his sister hates him, and the nuns at school are threatening him with motivational training. He feels lost - until he sees a chance to do something right, and concocts a plan for growing up.

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Jim Shepard is the author of numerous novels and short stories, including the collections Like You'd Understand, Anyway; Love and Hydrogen; and Batting Against Castro, as well as the novels Project X and Nosferatu. He has won the Story Prize and been nominated for the National Book Award. He lives in Massachusetts and teaches at Williams College.

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