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North Kansas City Public Library J HARRINGTON (Text) 0001002235685 JUV Fiction Available -

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General Note:
"First published in hardcover and ebook by Little, Brown and Company in May 2016" -- T.p. verso.
Summary, etc.:
Twelve-year-old Wayne Kovok loses his uncle to war and his voice to a plane crash in the same year and must learn to speak up as he navigates relationships with his father, grandfather, and new friend, Denny Rosenblatt.
Target Audience Note:
590L Lexile
Decoding demand: 96 (very high) Semantic demand: 100 (very high) Syntactic demand: 85 (very high) Structure demand: 88 (very high) Lexile
Study Program Information Note:
Accelerated Reader AR MG 4.2 9 182462.
Awards Note:
Truman Nominee, 2018-2019.
Subject: Voice > Juvenile fiction.
Families > Juvenile fiction.
Grief > Juvenile fiction.
Aircraft accidents > Juvenile fiction.
Aircraft accidents.
Genre: Fiction.
Juvenile works.

Syndetic Solutions - Summary for ISBN Number 9780316298032
by Harrington, Karen
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In the tradition of Counting By 7s and The Thing About Jellyfish , a heartwarming coming-of-age story about grief, family, friendship, and the importance of finding your voice Wayne Kovok lives in a world of After. After his uncle in the army was killed overseas. After Wayne and his mother survived a plane crash while coming back from the funeral. After he lost his voice. Wayne has always used his love of facts to communicate ("Did you know more people die each year from shaking a vending machine than from shark attacks?"). Without his voice, how will he wow the prettiest girl in school? How will he stand up to his drill-sergeant grandfather? And how will he share his hopes with his deadbeat dad? It's not until Wayne loses his voice completely that he realizes how much he doesn't say. Filled with Karen Harrington's signature heart and humor, Mayday tackles an unforgettable journey of family and friendship.

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