When rumors that Janice"s favorite teacher is gay begin to circulate at school and in the community, she decides to stand up for him even in the face of her mother"s opposition.
|Statement||Ellen Jaffe McClain.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.M47841365 No 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||187 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||94002580|
Surely Mark Fidrych was not the idiot that this book portrays him to be. The writer should give back whatever he got paid for throwing this one-half dimensional image of /5(4). No Big Deal is a great introduction to Angus and Tyler, leading into their romance in To Be Honest. Told in Angus' pov, we get to know where he's coming from mentally. It's a sweet story of Tyler helping Angus to come into his own and standing up for himself.4/5. No Big Deal is about a girl named Janice Green who started hearing rumors about her favorite teacher Mr.P being gay and how all of the sudden someone spray painted the word "faggot" on Mr.P's car. Janice knew who the person was. This book is about how Janice knew she had to stand up for what's right and do the right by: No Big Deal: From Athlete to Advocate and millions of other books are available for instant access. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - /5(48).
Living No Big Deal by Danni Keane is such a great book. It’s the second book in the Not Letting Go series and I loved both short stories that came before this, so when I was asked if I wanted to review this one, I jumped at the chance. I’ve loved Josh and Bradley since I read the first short story/5. No Big Deal. When rumors that Janice's favorite teacher is gay begin to circulate at school and in the community, she decides to stand up for him even in the face of her mother's opposition/5. Buy a cheap copy of No big deal book by Mark Fidrych. An interview with Mark Fidrych in which he discusses his life and his baseball career. Free shipping over $ It was really no big deal. It was a really quick read. It's a "junior fiction" book, so it's basically for middle schoolers about middle schoolers. A lot of the time the leading man Jonah is concerned with not looking like an awkward spaz and making the /5.
No Big Deal covers a few months in these boys' relationship as they deal with that inevitable intimacy that accompanies losing their virginity to each other, as well as the subtle shift in their relationship, a change that is not helped by the fact that Bradley moves in with Josh as a tenant and the two become inseparable as they spend more time together/5(16). No Big Deal. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, (). Octavo, original half blue cloth, original dust jacket. First edition of this autobiography of Mark “The Bird” Fidrych, the rookie pitcher whose dominance of the sports pages rivaled that of Dizzy Dean, inscribed, “Hi Boyd, Mark Fidrych.”. Last year's baseball wunderkind, Detroit pitcher Mark Fidrych, gets a fine assist from poet and baseball nut Tom Clark who puts the Big Bird's ""disjunctive rambles"" into semi-coherent prose. Fidrych is a naif, an exuberant bubble-head who violates most of the rules of jockdom. Beginning with his insouciance about his own talents. ""I just played the game, I didn't pay much attention to it. No Big Deal is a funny and inspiring debut YA novel from Bethany Rutter: influencer, editor and a fierce UK voice in the debate around body positivity/5().