True Blue: A Novel

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Delacorte Press, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 132 pages
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Molly hates being the new kid. Chrys hates being the weird kid. Both have secrets. Molly's is at home; Chrys's is under the ratty trench coat he wears to school every day. But when Molly realizes that she and Chrys would make a winning team for the science competition, an unlikely friendship develops, encouraging both to reveal their true colors.

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A nice quick read. It began as realistic fiction, but definitely contains science fiction aspects. I enjoyed it. Read full review

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the theme of this book is that to show who you are, treat people the way you wanted to be treated and don't hide the talent. Chyrs and Molly both meet each other and they have a secret that they won't ... Read full review


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Jeffrey Lee writes fiction and nonfiction for both children and adults. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Seattle, where he has worked as a family physician for over 16 years. His next book, Catch a Fish, Throw a Ball, Plant a Tree (Three Rivers Press, 2004), helps parents instruct their kids in the life skills that every child should learn.

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