A lonely boy learns to come to terms with the challenges in his life Eleven-year-old Paul tells himself that it doesn't matter that the kids call him Rabbit, or that he doesn't have any real friends. He's been living with his grandmother, but one day soon, he knows his mother will call and tell him to come live with her, and then his life can really begin. But somehow it looks more and more like that call may never come. When the opportunity arises to make some friends, Paul is thrilled-unless it means he'll have to do something he knows is wrong. But when the unexpected happens, Paul decides it's time for him to takes charge of his life, no matter what the cost.
by Constance C. Greene
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