Chill

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Orca Book Publishers, 2006 - Young Adult Fiction - 128 pages
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Chill has always been different, but the way he deals with his disability and his art have given him the power to survive the horrors of high school. When a new teacher arrives, determined to crush his students' spirit, Chill decides to fight back and risk everything. A story of doing the right thing and standing up for yourself -- and your friends.

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User Review  - dmcastillo - LibraryThing

This book is a quick read that grabs readers with the first line. Some of the events are predictable but the story flows from beginning to end. I liked the sarcasm with which Sean tells the story, but ... Read full review

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The book Chill is about a teenage boy named Chill who has a limp leg. He has a best friend named Sean. Over the course book Chill and Sean get into a lot of trouble with a teacher that is not very good, Mr. Sfinkter.
I found that the book had a nice plot to it but in some parts of the book it was really mind-busting. This book also has a really bad ending. That being said, it is a good book but I think this book was too fast paced. I think this book is more meant for people with cerebral palsy or a disability. I give this book three stars.
 

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About the author (2006)

Colin Frizzell is an author, poet and screenwriter who was raised on a farm in Prince Edward County, Ontario. He is a Radio Broadcasting graduate of Loyalist College of Arts and Technology and has also studied television, film, acting, and improvisation as well as working on features in both Canada and the United Kingdom. Colin's books have received critical acclaim across North America, have been translated into Swedish and Norwegian, and have been adopted into the curriculum of several Ontario high schools. Visit www.colinfrizzell.ca for more information.

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