ISBN 9780399251580 | 208 pages | 15 Apr 2010 | Putnam Juvenile | 9.25 x 6.25in | 10 - AND UP years
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A poignant look into one fatherless twelve-year-old's struggles with friendship and trust."Its voice - Justin's first-person vernacular - is infectiously readable, and its characters are sympathetically and memorably realized." - Booklist
Sean is Justin's best friend, at least Justin thought he was. But lately Sean has been acting differently. Sean's been telling lies, getting into trouble at school, and hanging out with a tougher crowd, even getting into fights. This isn't like Sean at all.
When Justin finally discovers that Sean's been secretly going to visit his father in prison and is dealing with the shame of that, Justin wants to do something to help before his friend spirals further out of control. But what if confronting Sean means Justin loses his very best friend? In the end, he decides it doesn't matter; he's got to man up.
Set in one of New York's most dangerous neighborhoods, Secret Saturdays is an affecting read highlighted by strong characters and an authentic, heartening voice.
"A story you won't forget." - Coe Booth, author of the critically acclaimed Tyrell, an ALA Best Book for Young Adults
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