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Language of Goldfish

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 26 Ratings and 26 Reviews

Book Description
"With a taut thread that winds ever tighter, Oneal pulls readers into the mind of 13-year-old Carrie Stokes, a sensitive artist and talented mathematician who is suffering a mental breakdown . . . A kaleidoscope of shifting emotions come tumbling out as Carrie retreats little by little into her head".--Booklist. An ALA Best Book for Young Adults.
Book Information
PublisherFawcett Books
BindingMass Market Paperback (17 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-100449701786
ISBN-13978-0449701782
Publication Date08/12/1985
The Creators
About Zibby Oneal (Author) : Zibby Oneal is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Zibby Oneal include The Language of Goldfish, Grandma Moses: Painter of Rural America (Wom... more
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9/25/2011 Allison Hunter-Frederick said:
The 80′s seemed to usher in a slew of movies about teens who found growing up more difficult than their peers. Being one of those teens, I found solace in those movies and wished for the same storylines in books. Not too many existed. I did not know about The Language of Goldfish by Zibby O’Neal... more

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4/16/2010 Melodi Pierro said: I finished this book literally minutes ago:) It touched me quite a bit because a similar thing happened to me when i was 11. It was really an amazing book, and I was astonished by the way itt all fit together perfectly in the end:D Five stars haha
tags: I recommend, I read, Inspired me, awesome book

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