Randall's Wall by Carol Fenner

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In Randall's Wall, Randall Lord, destitute and filthy-dirty, retreats behind an invisible wall that isolates and protects him from the cruelty of others -- until his talent for drawing and the unexpected friendship of a classmate cause Randall's wall to crumble, and a new world opens up for him.
 

About Carol Fenner

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READER BIO: Alan Ruck's film appearances include "Twister, Speed, and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off as well as the Broadway production of "Biloxi Blues. Ruck is also a series regular on the ABC television program "Spin City.
 
Published April 30, 1991 by Margaret K. McElderry. 96 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Randall is bewildered by everything but his art, and it is his art that saves him.

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Randall is bewildered by everything but his art, and it is his art that saves him.

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Told in brief, poignant episodes, this novel concerns a fifth-grader from a poor family who shuts out his classmates while he dreams of a better life.

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Rivaling Sarah-Kate of Afternoon of the Elves and the Herdman children of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever as the poorest, dirtiest kid in town, Randall Lord is shunned by all of his classmates except spunky Jean, whom he saves from a quick-fisted bully.

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