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Moonkid and Prometheus (Gemini Books)

by Paul Kropp

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0773674659, Mass Market Paperback)

Ian (Moonkid) has always taken some pride in the fact that he doesn't fit in. But his attitude has finally landed him into trouble. Facing a transfer to a tough school where, as his sister Liberty put it, he'll be eaten alive, Moonkid has no choice but to accept the alternative. He must tutor a young student and straighten up--or else. Little does he know that the young student is Prometheus, a hulking, tough-looking character with a heart of gold. Reading isn't Pro's strength, but he knows more about life then most people. His teacher, Ms. Noble, considers him "at risk" and is not very pleased with Ian's unorthodox methods, even though Pro's skills are improving. When she forbids Ian to tutor Pro any longer, the pair must find a way to survive the system--and the larger problems that could cloud their lives. With humor and a great deal of insight Paul Kropp brings two opposites together in perfect harmony.

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Ian (Moonkid) is given the choice of tutoring an "at risk" student or being transferred to a tough new high school.

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