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Junk Boy

by Tony Abbott

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So sad and with so many issues; rejection, cruelty, loneliness,acceptance, identity, neglect, hopelessness.
“You never know how you do things, you just do.”

It’s a book that stays with you long after you’ve finished it and makes you think about the heartbreaking existence of others. In a very unexpected way this book is a reminder to be kind.

This would not appeal to everyone because the intensity of the anguish would be too much for some young readers, but I enjoyed it. ( )
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