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by Joyce McDonald

Free eBook Swallowing Stones (Turtleback School  Library Binding Edition) download ISBN: 0613194659
Author: Joyce McDonald
Publisher: Turtleback Books (May 8, 2012)
Language: English
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
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Brand Turtleback Books: A Division of Sanval. De. For use in schools and libraries only. Dual perspectives reveal the aftermath of 17-year-old Michael MacKenzie"s birthday celebration during which he discharges an antique Winchester rifle and unknowingly kills the father of a high school classmate.

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Swallowing Stones (Hardcover). Published July 13th 1999 by Turtleback Books. Swallowing Stones (Library Binding). Published April 11th 2008 by Bantam Dell Pub Group. Hardcover, 256 pages. Library Binding, 245 pages. Author(s): Joyce McDonald.

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The fifth and final book in the groundbreaking Joey Pigza series by Newbery Medalist Gantos ("Dead End in Norvelt") brings the beloved chronicle of this troubled every-boy .

The fifth and final book in the groundbreaking Joey Pigza series by Newbery Medalist Gantos ("Dead End in Norvelt") brings the beloved chronicle of this troubled every-boy to a crescendo of chaos and craziness, as everything goes topsy-turvy for Joey just as he starts to get his feet on the ground. The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza.

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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Dual perspectives reveal the aftermath of 17-year-old Michael MacKenzie's birthday celebration during which he discharges an antique Winchester rifle and unknowingly kills the father of high school classmate Jenna Ward.
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White_Nigga
Summer homework blah. My son was soooooo mad he had to read this for 9th grade over the summer, turns out it is a really good book and he couldn't put it down. He hates to read. This book was awesome he said.
Ballalune
Great, great book. This is the summer reading book for my rising freshman in High School daughter. As an adult it was frustrating at times reading this and watching decisions unfold. But, I TOTALLY get why they chose it for a 15 year old to read. Fantastic tale with great foundational lessons.
Buriwield
bought for my son for a school reading assignment
Thetath
Ordered this for my grandduaghter for HS, so I did not read it. But from what I heard about it, why are they not teaching the classics in school or maybe a little American History. Kids come out of school not even knowing how many states there are. Got here on time, good packaging, she passed the course.
Dorintrius
I read this because it was my daughter's summer reading. It was very good.
JOIN
Ive read this book three times and made several of my students read it and it has made an impression. The main characters are Michael and jenna and they are both superbly written. Another character to whom I really like is the supporting character of Amy Ruggerio. Without writing any more, please do yourself a favor and read this book.
Tisicai
Used this book with a group of summer school students. They loved it and were sorry it ended. It is interesting how McDonald combines the two story lines at the end.
purchased for my grand daughter for school. she was required to read two book over the summer, she didn't care for this one as much as she did Heaven is for Real