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Stealing Kevin's Heart by M. Scott Carter
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Stealing Kevin's Heart

by M. Scott Carter

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After seeing his best friend killed in an accident Alex is sent away to a cap for troubled teens. He's so depressed he is suicidal. His parents are hoping camp can help him with his depression. Alex is not helped by the fact that there are those around him who blame him and make it known. Grief is not something you just automatically know how to go through. It is an uphill battle. At camp Kevin finds others who have problems as big or bigger than his. Is it possible that this camp is the one place that can help him? This is one of those books that touch your heart and brings out the emotions. Be sure to read it with tissues in reach. ( )
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After losing his childhood friend in a terrible accident, Alex, the star athlete, blames himself. He becomes depressed and suicidal. When his parents send him to a special camp for troubled teens, he meets the perfect girl. She also holds the key to dealing with the loss of his friend.… (more)

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