Lombardo's Law by Ellen Wittlinger

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When fifteen-year-old Justine begins to care for thirteen-year-old Mike, she must contend with peer judgment and confused feelings of her own.

About Ellen Wittlinger

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Ellen Wittlinger has an MFA from the Iowa Writers Workshop and is the author of several young adult novels, including Hard Love, Razzle, and The Long Night of Leo and Bree. She lives in Massachusetts.
Published October 25, 1993 by HMH Books for Young Readers. 144 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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In a witty, touching first novel, 15-year-old Justine Trainor's borderline nerd image is pushed to the limit when Justine spends time with new neighbor Mike Lombardo, an eighth grader who shares her passion for avant-garde movies.

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In what PW called a "forthright and convincing first novel," romantic feelings threaten a comfortable relationship with a neighbor who is two years younger and inches shorter than a studious, otherwise friendless girl.

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