Hitting the Road
High Interest Publishing Inc., Oct 1, 2002 - Child abuse - 96 pages
A teenager and his best friend run away from home, crossing the Detroit River to go looking for a long-missing dad. Along the way, they find that the road is not friendly to teenagers on a mission.
Interest level: Grades 6-12 Reading level: Grade 3.2 (Lexile 680)
HIP SR novels feature exciting, action-based stories with realistic teenage characters with authentic problems and issues. Geared to adolescents and teens reading below grade level.
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