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The Outside Boy: A Novel

1 rating: 5.0
A book by Jeanine Cummins

*Starred Review* Christy, nearly 12, is an Irish Traveller, a Pavee, a child of motion who, with his family, journeys restlessly from town to town, never staying in any place long enough to call it home. But when his beloved Grandda dies, family secrets … see full wiki

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Author: Jeanine Cummins
Publisher: NAL Trade
1 review about The Outside Boy: A Novel

Bridget's Review

  • Dec 31, 2010
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The Outside Boy is a remarkable novel that will make you laugh and cry. Christy is easy to relate to and you can't help but connect with him on a deep, meaningful level. Jeanine's writing ability is phenomenal. When you are looking for something to read that has substance, The Outside Boy is your best option. Five stars!

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