No and Me

No and Me

Book - 2010
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Precocious thirteen-year-old Lou meets a homeless eighteen-year-old girl on the streets of Paris and Lou's life is forever changed.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, 2010, c2009
ISBN: 9781599904795
1599904799
Branch Call Number: YF VIGAN-D
Characteristics: 244 p. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Miller, George 1965-

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Aug 12, 2012

a bit depressing but real so what do you want

BrooklynFencingGirl13 Jun 14, 2012

No and Me is the short sweet story of thirteen-year-old Lou, a teenager with an IQ of 130. When Lou has a school assignment she decides to do a presentation on the homeless in which she interviews eighteen-year-old No. I liked most of this book, but sometimes Lou seemed angry for no reason.

MizzSkellz Aug 18, 2011

I enjoyed this book although I was kinda of thrown off and maybe a little dissapointed by the ending, The author could have answered more before just kinda ending the book.

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BrooklynFencingGirl13 Jun 14, 2012

BrooklynFencingGirl13 thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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BrooklynFencingGirl13 Jun 14, 2012

No and Me is the short sweet story of thirteen-year-old Lou, a teenager with an IQ of 130. When Lou has a school assignment she decides to do a presentation on the homeless in which she interviews eighteen-year-old No.

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BrooklynFencingGirl13 Jun 14, 2012

Coarse Language: There is some coarse language in this book. Not much though.

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BrooklynFencingGirl13 Jun 14, 2012

I believe I was right in thinking that she was hoping for something in return.

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