The Boy Who Lost His Face

The Boy Who Lost His Face

Paperback - 2001
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David receives a curse from an elderly woman he has helped his schoolmates attack, and he learns to regret his weakness in pandering to others for the sake of popularity before new friends and a very nice girl help him to be a stronger, more assertive person.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Scholastic, 2001, c1989.
ISBN: 9780439334945
Characteristics: 198 pages ;,20 cm.


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Jan 11, 2018

very good , interesting and humorous Quite liked it

Jul 19, 2016

This book was good. All the characters had interesting personalities. All in all, great read.

vernessa7 Jun 29, 2013

Very funny everyone needs to read.Only there is a little bad language in the book. by michael

JINGNA_1 Jun 18, 2012

this is a really interesting book


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PimaLib_JeanSC May 30, 2017

"We all try to act like we're so important ... but really we know that at any moment our pants may fall down." -- Mrs. Bayfield in The Boy Who Lost His Face

And that's what this book is all about ... and why it's so good.

vernessa7 Jun 29, 2013

David wants to be with cool kids and tries to steal an old lady's cane but then when she says something weird he thinks she has put a curse on him.Then he tries to get rid of the curse and he discovers she did not put a curse on him and he retrieves the cane for her. by michael

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vernessa7 Jun 29, 2013

vernessa7 thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over


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