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Praise for Rodman Philbrick:Freak the MightyA School Library Journal

Best Book for Young AdultsA YALSA Best Book for Young AdultsA YALSA

Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult ReadersAn IRA Young Adults'

Choices BookA winner of: Arizona Young Readers' Award, California Young

Reader Medal, Charlotte Award, Golden Sower Award (Nebraska), Judy Lopez

Memorial Award for Children's Literature (California), Soaring Eagle

Book Award (Wyoming)* 'Max's description of their friendship . . . is

gritty, unsentimental, sparked with Freak's wry verbal wit and Max's

earthier humor, and ultimately poignant. Easily read but compelling: an

intriguing and unusual story.'-- Kirkus Reviews, starred reviewThe

Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. FiggA Newbery Honor BookA Kentucky

Bluegrass Award NomineeAn Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award WinnerA

New York Public Library's 'Children's Books' 2009 -- 100 Books for

Reading and SharingA CBC/NCSS Notable Social Studies Trade Books for

Young People 2010* 'The book wouldn't be nearly as much fun without

Homer's tall tales, but there are serious moments, too, and the horror

of war and injustice of slavery ring clearly above the din of playful

exaggerations.' -- Publishers Weekly, starred Read more MAX. FREAK. BEST

FRIENDS. FOREVER.'I never had a brain until Freak came along. . .

'.That's what Max thought. All his life he'd been called stupid. Dumb.

Slow. It didn't help that his body seemed to be growing faster than his

mind. It didn't help that people were afraid of him. So Max learned how

to be alone At least until Freak came along.Freak was weird, too. He had

a little body -- and a really big brain. Together Max and Freak were

unstoppable.Together, they were Freak the Mighty. Read more See all

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