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by Jerry Spinelli



Leo Borlock follows the unspoken rule at Mica Area High School: don't stand out--under any circumstances! Then Stargirl arrives at Mica High and everything changes--for Leo and for the entire school. After 15 years of home schooling, Stargirl bursts into tenth grade in an explosion of color and a clatter of ukulele music, enchanting the Mica student body.

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All comments: 7


13 Jan 2011 13:08:56

Great book, download it.


13 Dec 2010 16:32:12

Strange..but awsome!

09 Dec 2010 07:59:16

wait, how do we download the audio version? anyone? plz helpp;b


29 Nov 2010 23:41:08

awsome :)


23 Nov 2010 22:58:04

she's a strange girl, Stargirl but that's what makes her so likeable...i read this book a long time ago and i still remember the story so clearly...it really sticks out.


16 Nov 2010 19:13:44

great book

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You see her? I heard it in the hallways. I heard it in English and Geometry: Did you see her? Who could it be? A new student? A


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n bed I thought of her as the moon came through my window. I could have lowered my shade to m


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neckties. Several days later, coming home from school, I found a plastic bag on our front step. Inside was a gift-wrapped package tied with yellow ribbon. The tag said Happy Birthday! I opened the package. It was a porcupine necktie. Two porcupines were tossing darts with their quills, while a third was picking its teeth. I inspected the box, the tag, the paper. Nowhere could I find the givers name. I asked my parents. I asked my friends. I called my uncle Pete. Everyone denied knowing anything about it. At the time I simply considered the episode a mystery. It did not occur to me that I was being watched. We were all being watched. 1 Did you see her? That was the first thing Kevin said to me on the first day of school, eleventh grade. We were waiting for

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