Wired Man and Other Freaks of Nature by Sashi Kaufman
(Fiction - Young Adult)

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It’s a keenly observed, emotionally deep examination of wounded, insecure teens trying to find their way.
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Ben Wireman is partially deaf and completely insecure. The only two things that make him feel normal are being a soccer goalie and hanging out with his best friend, Tyler Nuson. Tyler is the golden boy, worshiped by girls and guys alike, and he no longer seems interested in Ben. Without Tyler, Ben isn't sure who he is anymore, or if Tyler is really as normal as Ben thought he was. Maybe hanging out with freaks like Ilona Pierce, who has tattoos, blue hair, and almost no friends, is what he needs. This captivating novel explores the shifting dynamics of friendships and complex art of growing up.
 

About Sashi Kaufman

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Sashi Kaufman is a middle-school teacher and an author. She lives in Portland, Maine, with her husband and daughter. Visit her online at www.sashikaufman.com.
 
Published September 1, 2016 by Carolrhoda Lab TM. 264 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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It’s a keenly observed, emotionally deep examination of wounded, insecure teens trying to find their way.

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