LibraryThing Review Jordan Sonnenblick is one of my new favorite young adult authors. He has a wonderful way of capturing everyday life during the awkward years of middle or high school in a humorous and entertaining way
LibraryThing Review Whenever eighth-grader San Lee moves to a new town and a new school he reinvents himself by trying to fit in or "do as the Romans do" But this time, he doesn't try to make new friends or be a loner or
LibraryThing Review San Lee is new to the school and looking for his niche. After going through the pros and cons of a number of different possible identities, he becomes an accidental Zen master. He falls in love with
LibraryThing Review San Lee is an eigth grader in a new school after his father goes to prison for fraud. On his first day he meets a very interesting (and cute) girl named Woody and discovers that his social studies
LibraryThing Review When San Lee moves to a new (very small) town in Pennsylvania, he takes the opportunity to reinvent himself, leaving out the bits of his past he doesn't care for - like his father being in prison. His
Another Great Book for Young Adults Sonnenblick knows his junior high school students. He writes for kids and for the adults who have to live with them.