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by Lee McClain

Free eBook My Abnormal Life download ISBN: 0843954663
Author: Lee McClain
Publisher: Leisure Books (March 6, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 181
Category: Young Adults
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction
Size MP3: 1151 mb
Size FLAC: 1825 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Fifteen-year-old Rose Graham has never been to school. She's never had a date. She certainly never knew she was gorgeous. A foster family allows 15-year-old Rose Graham, who has never attended school, to enjoy a normal high school experience-classes, dating, and parties-even as Rose struggles to reunite with her birth mother and sister.

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Fifteen-year-old Rose Graham, who has never been to school because she has been stealing food for her family and taking care of her little sister, is put in foster care and forced to attend high school where homework, first dates, and parties interfere with her mission to be reunited with her family. Original.
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Rainpick
Without giving anything away, not all stories have happy endings. Life is like that. It's also about choices, consequences, and being willing to take steps. While Rose knows nothing about being normal, she knows what she wants, and she's not afraid to try to get it. She'll stand up to her peers, her foster parents, the witch, and her mother to make sure that her family stays together. The story is a wonderful read.
great ant
Homeless fifteen years old Rose Graham was caught shoplifting or else her plight and that of her Downs Syndrome sister Danielle would have remained unknown. The social workers at St. Helen's Home for Girls separate the two siblings though it is obvious that Dani relies heavily on Rose. Dani is placed with the Johnsons where teenager Brian detests the fact that another "Little Orphan Annie" is coming into his family home. Rose is sent to the McGraws whose daughter is a perky freshman cheerleader at Penn State.

Rose struggles to adapt to school and not having Dani depend on her. However although feeling some guilt her most difficult adjustment is Brian, a hunk that makes her dream of desires she never had before except that he seems nasty to her and somewhat to Dani.

This is an intriguing story line starring an affable nurturing homeless teen struggling with the demands of a nice foster family, school, sibling separation when she is the caretaker, and a teen hunk. The story line is at its best when it centers on Rose's life. When she plays the computer game Altlives, Rose enjoys MY ALTERNATE LIFE using the game to cope with the recent changes, but though interesting to watch her rationalize that also takes the plot away from an even more fascinating reality. Young adults will enjoy the insightful MY ABNORMAL LIFE.

Harriet Klausner
Tisicai
Fantasy yet surprisingly realistic

in terms of what teens living in foster care go through.

A quick and funny read ( LOL type of funny).

Could be a fabulous tool for therapists, case managers, adolescent out reach workers, or anyone working with teens or tweens experiencing family problems.

I plan to buy the rest of her books and start sharing them with teens on my caseload.

Thanks for this cool tool.

Beth O'Malley

social worker in the foster care system
Thorgahuginn
One of the biggest ideas that came to mind was the hardship that this girl has to go through. She has a main idea for what is going on around her and the way the author depicts her in the beginning made me feel sorry for her. She seemed to be sad as she was placed in the multiple situations until she found the truth behind her life-long struggle. I loved focusing on the overall feel of her life. I have a soft spot for girls, being one myself. It gives me a sense of peace when I try hard to think about the amazing things you can write down and still understand what is going on around you.

This book it short and everything but it gave me a sense of peace. I gave this book four starts instead of five because I want to know what happens next, I usually also like more lengthy books. It was a good read though and I recommend it for girls from 10 to 16. Depending on their maturity and their ideas of teenage life. This book told me a great deal about myself.
Rishason
This is an enchanting story of a teenage girl, and her younger,mentally challenged sisters journey. They did not have a father, and their mother didn't want them, or at least thats what they thought. Either way, they were sent to foster families, and not the same ones. Rose (the oldest), didn't know iof it was even worth living if she wasn't with her sister, she'd taken care of her sister her entire life. Now, her sister has forgotten all about her,and has been attached to her new family.Although Rose is in deep concern about her sister, in order to bring her family back together she's going to have to act normal.She finds out normal means, boys, first kisses, dates, joining the school newspaper, enemies, and finding her beauty that shes been hiding from all those years.