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Superstar / Mandy Davis.

By: Davis, Mandy [author.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2017]Copyright date: �2017Edition: First edition.Description: 320 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780062377777; 0062377779.Subject(s): Autistic children -- Juvenile fiction | Science fairs -- Juvenile fiction | Boys -- Juvenile fiction | Friendship in children -- Juvenile fiction | Bullying in schools -- Juvenile fiction | School children -- Juvenile fiction | Boys -- Fiction | Autistic children -- Fiction | Friendship -- Fiction | Bullies -- Fiction | Schools -- FictionDDC classification: [Fic] Summary: Lester's first days as a fifth grader at Quarry Elementary School are not even a little bit like he thought they would be -- the cafeteria is too loud for Lester's ears, there are too many kids, and then there's the bully. Lester was always home-schooled, and now he's shocked to be stuck in a school where everything just seems wrong. That's until he hears about the science fair, which goes really well for Lester! But then things go a bit sideways, and Lester has to find his way back. A touching peek into the life of a sensitive autism-spectrum boy facing the everydayness of elementary school, Superstar testifies that what you can do isn't nearly as important as who you are.
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Lester's first days as a fifth grader at Quarry Elementary School are not even a little bit like he thought they would be -- the cafeteria is too loud for Lester's ears, there are too many kids, and then there's the bully. Lester was always home-schooled, and now he's shocked to be stuck in a school where everything just seems wrong. That's until he hears about the science fair, which goes really well for Lester! But then things go a bit sideways, and Lester has to find his way back. A touching peek into the life of a sensitive autism-spectrum boy facing the everydayness of elementary school, Superstar testifies that what you can do isn't nearly as important as who you are.

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