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Falling Over Sideways

by Jordan Sonnenblick
Miriam Volle

Audiobook

1 of 3 copies available

A new hilarious, honest, and hopeful novel from the author of Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie. It's not easy being Claire. (Really.) Claire's life is a joke...but she's not laughing. While her friends seem to be leaping forward, she's dancing in the same place. The mean girls at school are living up to their mean name, and there's a boy, Ryder, who's just as bad, if not worse. And at home, nobody's really listening to her—if anything, they seem to be more in on the joke than she is. Then into all of this (not-very-funny-to-Claire) comedy comes something intense and tragic—while her dad is talking to her at the kitchen table, he falls over with a medical emergency. Suddenly the joke has become very serious—and the only way Claire, her family, and her friends are going to get through it is if they can find a way to make it funny again.


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Publisher: Scholastic Audio
Edition: Unabridged

OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781338052008
  • File size: 166729 KB
  • Release date: October 1, 2016
  • Duration: 05:46:52

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781338052008
  • File size: 166729 KB
  • Release date: October 1, 2016
  • Duration: 05:46:52
  • Number of parts: 5


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A new hilarious, honest, and hopeful novel from the author of Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie. It's not easy being Claire. (Really.) Claire's life is a joke...but she's not laughing. While her friends seem to be leaping forward, she's dancing in the same place. The mean girls at school are living up to their mean name, and there's a boy, Ryder, who's just as bad, if not worse. And at home, nobody's really listening to her—if anything, they seem to be more in on the joke than she is. Then into all of this (not-very-funny-to-Claire) comedy comes something intense and tragic—while her dad is talking to her at the kitchen table, he falls over with a medical emergency. Suddenly the joke has become very serious—and the only way Claire, her family, and her friends are going to get through it is if they can find a way to make it funny again.


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