Get a guy's perspective on adolescent hang-ups in this classic Judy Blume novel, now with a fresh new look.
"That's an interesting way to solve the problem, Tony."
Miss Tobin is talking about a math problem on the blackboard, but Tony is thinking about real problems.
If his parents or his friend Joel or Joel's sixteen-year-old sister Lisa knew what Tony was thinking about a lot of the time, they'd probably freak out. About snitching on Joel, who Tony knows is a shoplifter. About watching Lisa undress each night and liking what he sees. About money and the changes money makes in people (especially his mother).
Hung up at thirteen. That's Tony Miglione-especially this morning in math class in front of Miss Tobin, for everyone to see...
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