Fish in a Tree
by Lynda Mullaly Hunt
Editor: Penguin Putnam Inc
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“Fans of RJPalacio de l’ Émarveillement appreciate this feeling of well-history of friendship and unconventional intelligence.”–Kirkus Reviews Allied was smart enough to fool a lot of clever peopleEvery time she arrives at a new school, she is able to mask her inability to read by creating intelligent yet disturbing distractions.She is afraid to ask for help; after all, how can you heal conHowever, his new teacher, MDaniels sees the lively, creative child below the troublemakerWith her help, Allied learns not to be so hard on herself and that dyslexia is nothing to be ashamed of.As her confidence grows, Ally feels free to be herself and the world begins to open up to possibilities.She discovers that there is much more to her, and to everyone than the etiquette, and that great spirits are not always of the same opinion.The author of the loved one and the Murphys gives readers an emotional charge, edifying novel that will talk to anyone who ever thought there was anything wrong with them, because they do not fit in with it.This pocket edition includes The Sketchbook of Impossible Things and Discussion QuestionsFrom The New York Times Best Seller”The unforgettable and moving”Offering hope to those who are experiencing academic difficulties and demonstrating that disability is not equal to stupidity, it’s as unique as heroin.”Mullaly Chasse once again painted nuanced depiction of the sensitive, intelligent young girl grappling with circumstances beyond her control.”School Library Journal, the test star
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