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Houghton Mifflin, 1987 - Child sexual abuse - 175 pages
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Fifteen-year-old Mac's personality undergoes a sudden change as he tries to come to terms with the trauma of being sexually abused by a doctor during a physical examination.

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This book is unique because it comes with a cd which the child can play and read along with. The words are rarely larger than 3 letters and they flow very easily for the earliest of readers. This ... Read full review

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With numerous early reader tools available today the Bob Books series truly starts at the beginning. Arriving in a sturdy, compact, brightly colored blue box are twelve books, perfect for little hands ... Read full review


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John N. Maclean was a writer, reporter, and editor for the "Chicago Tribune" for thirty years. His first book, "Fire on the Mountain," was the MPBA best nonfiction title of 1999. A longtime student of wildfire, he assisted in the posthumous publication of "Young Men and Fire," which was written by his father, Norman Maclean. He divides his time between Washington, D.C., and Montana.

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