The toll bridge
Laura Geringer Book,
1st American ed.
Three teens test their sexuality and the bonds of their friendship as they discover who they are--and aren't--in a harrowing course of events that leaves all three wondering if you can ever really know anyone. This powerful novel, infused with symbolism and metaphor, will challenge the reader's very way of thinking. From the author of Dance On My Grave.
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|Grouping Title||toll bridge|
|Grouping Author||chambers aidan|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-10-10 01:06:21AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-14 02:43:44AM|
|available_at_plateau||Plateau Valley School|
|detailed_location_plateau||PVS MS/HS Books|
|display_description||Taking a job as a toll-bridge collector to escape family pressures and discover who he is, seventeen-year-old Jan meets and befriends Adam and Tess and the three test their friendship as each faces a turning point in his and her life.|
|owning_library_plateau||Plateau Valley School|
|owning_location_plateau||Plateau Valley School|
Friendship -- Juvenile fiction
Mental health -- Juvenile fiction
Self-perception -- Juvenile fiction
|title_display||The toll bridge|
|title_full||The toll bridge / Aidan Chambers|
|title_short||The toll bridge|