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Pieces of Me

Ryan, Darlene (Book - 2012 )
Average Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.
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Maddie is living on the streets, trying to protect herself and make enough money to get a place to stay and find a way to go back to school. When she meets Q, she is wary but welcomes his friendship. And then she meets Dylan, a six-year-old boy, living on the streets with his family. When Dylan's father asks Maddie to watch the boy for a while, she is happy to help. But Dylan's parents don't come back; and Maddie and Q are left looking after him. Trying to make a life together and care for her makeshift family, Maddie finds that maybe she has to ask for help.
Authors: Ryan, Darlene, 1958-
Title: Pieces of me
Publisher: Victoria, B.C. ; Custer, WA : Orca Book Publishers, c2012
Characteristics: 232 p. ;,21 cm
Summary: Maddie is living on the streets, trying to protect herself and make enough money to get a place to stay and find a way to go back to school. When she meets Q, she is wary but welcomes his friendship. And then she meets Dylan, a six-year-old boy, living on the streets with his family. When Dylan's father asks Maddie to watch the boy for a while, she is happy to help. But Dylan's parents don't come back; and Maddie and Q are left looking after him. Trying to make a life together and care for her makeshift family, Maddie finds that maybe she has to ask for help.
Audience: 12+
ISBN: 145980080X
9781459800809
Statement of Responsibility: Darlene Ryan
Subject Headings: Homelessness Fiction Physical abuse Fiction
Topical Term: Homelessness
Physical abuse
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232p. (Gr 8-12)
Maddie is living on the streets, trying to protect herself and make enough money to get a place to stay and find a way to go back to school. Trying to make a life together and care for her makeshift family, she finds that maybe she has to ask for help.

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Maddie is living on the streets, trying to protect herself and make enough money to get a place to stay and find a way to go back to school. When she meets Q, she is wary but welcomes his friendship. And then she meets Dylan, a six-year-old boy, living on the streets with his family. When Dylan's... Read More »


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Apr 24, 2013
  • DEON JAMES rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

It was a good read.

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