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Lunch with Lenin and other stories (2008)

by Deborah Ellis

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A collection of short stories that explore the lives of teenagers affected directly or indirectly by drugs.



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These short stories make excellent discussion starters to initiate serious conversations with junior and high school students on teen issues such as drug use and addictions. The variety of central character types and global locales confirm that drug addiction is not specific to gender or culture, but affects the lives of people everywhere. The author's style leaves each story open to interpretation, and does not preach or lecture the reader. Powerful read aloud potential. ( )
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Matthew tugged his shirtsleeve down to cover the bruises.
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