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Debbie Harry Sings in French

Brothers, Meagan (Book - 2008)
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Debbie Harry Sings in French
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When Johnny completes an alcohol rehabilitation program and his mother sends him to live with his uncle in North Carolina, he meets Maria, who seems to understand his fascination with the new wave band Blondie, and he learns about his deceased father's youthful forays into "glam rock," which gives him perspective on himself, his past, and his current life.
Authors: Brothers, Meagan
Statement of Responsibility: Meagan Brothers
Title: Debbie Harry sings in French
Publisher: New York : Henry Holt, 2008
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 234 p. ; 20 cm.
Summary: When Johnny completes an alcohol rehabilitation program and his mother sends him to live with his uncle in North Carolina, he meets Maria, who seems to understand his fascination with the new wave band Blondie, and he learns about his deceased father's youthful forays into "glam rock," which gives him perspective on himself, his past, and his current life.
Audience: Ages 14 and up
Subject Headings: Self-confidence in adolescence Fiction Identity (Philosophical concept) Fiction Sex role Fiction Rock music Fiction Transvestites Fiction Self-confidence Fiction Schools Fiction North Carolina Fiction
Topical Term: Self-confidence in adolescence
Identity (Philosophical concept)
Sex role
Rock music
Transvestites
Self-confidence
Schools
LCCN: 2007027322
ISBN: 9780805080803
0805080805
Branch Call Number: FIC B
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Sent to North Carolina after rehab, Johnny meets Maria, who seems to understand his fascination with the new wave band Blondie, and he learns about his deceased father's youthful forays into "glam rock," which gives him perspective on himself, his past, and his current life.

When Johnny completes an alcohol rehabilitation program and his mother sends him to live with his uncle in North Carolina, he meets Maria, who seems to understand his fascination with the new wave band Blondie.


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When Johnny completes an alcohol rehabilitation program and his mother sends him to live with his uncle in North Carolina, he meets Maria, who seems to understand his fascination with the new wave band Blondie, and he learns about his deceased father's youthful forays into "glam rock," which gives him perspective on himself, his past, and his current life.

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