From National Book Award winner Pete Hautman, the story of a girl who acts out by stealing cars.
Some girls act out by drinking or doing drugs. Some girls act out by sleeping with guys. Some girls act out by starving themselves or cutting themselves. Some girls act out by being a bitch to other girls.
Not Kelleigh. Kelleigh steals cars.
In How to Steal a Car, National Book Award winner Pete Hautman takes teen readers on a thrilling, scary ride through one suburban girl's turbulent life - one car theft at a time.
Die Inhaltsangabe kann sich auf eine andere Ausgabe dieses Titels beziehen.
Pete Hautman won the National Book Award for his novel Godless. He is also the author of the acclaimed novels The Big Crunch, How to Steal a Car, Rash, Invisible, Sweetblood, Hole in the Sky, No Limit, and Mr. Was. His home in the world is Minnesota, and his home on the web is www.petehautman.com.Review:
Praise for How to Steal a Car
"A sporty, stylish model with peppy acceleration and surprising traction, this will be a sweet ride for readers from reluctant to avid." - Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"Most will identify with Kelleigh's urge to break through life's suffocating safeguards." - Booklist
"A great contemporary read for anyone who loves quirky narrators!" - www.TeensReadToo.com
„Über diesen Titel“ kann sich auf eine andere Ausgabe dieses Titels beziehen.