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Define Normal: A Novel

By Julie Anne Peters

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Format: Paperback, 208 pages
Other Information: illustrations
Published In: United States, 02 February 2006
Overachiever Antonia is eager to participate in the new peer counselling programme at school - until she learns the person she's supposed to counsel is Jasmine Luther. Jazz is anything but Antonia's peer. She's a punk, a druggie, a gang hanger. But as their peer counselling sessions progress, Antonia and Jazz discover that they have more in common than they could ever have imagined. When Antonia's life begins to unravel, she finds Jazz may be her only aid. A poignant, darkly comic novel that challenges readers' definitions of what is 'normal'.

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A thoughtful, wry story about two girls - a 'punk' and a 'priss' in peer counseling

About the Author

Julie Anne Peters is the award-winning and bestselling author of books for teenagers that reflect alternative family situations


'The book's radiance comes from the lovable humanity of the nimbly nuanced characters' - KIRKUS REVIEWS 'This believable book is well written and readers will feel they know both Jazz and Antonia, and they will want to see them triumph over the frustrations in their lives' - SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL 'An enjoyable read that will also attract reluctant readers' - BOOKLIST

EAN: 9780316734899
ISBN: 0316734896
Publisher: Megan Tingley Books
Dimensions: 20.88 x 14.17 x 1.4 centimeters (0.20 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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