Knots in My Yo-Yo String
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"A master of those embarrassing, gloppy, painful, and suddenly wonderful things that happen on the razor's edge between childhood and full-fledged adolescence" (The Washington Post), Newbery medalist Jerry Spinelli has penned his early autobiography with all the warmth, humor, and drama of his best-selling fiction.
From first memories through high school, including first kiss, first punch, first trip to the principal's office, and first humiliating sports experience, this is not merely an account of a highly unusual childhood. Rather, like Spinelli's fiction, its appeal lies in the accessibility and universality of his life. Entertaining and fast-paced, this is a highly readable memoir-- a must-have for Spinelli fans of all ages.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
From Publishers Weekly
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This book is undesribely boring, I recommend you do not read this dull, unintersting book.
Love Jerry spinelli's books
I love all of his book except this one I had to read it for school, it was pulling teeth 😔
Insulting to black people
He's " afraid of black kids?" More like "he's a bigot!" This book is just wrong!