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The way we roll / Scot Gardner.

By: Gardner, Scot, 1968- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 197 pages ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9781760290399.Subject(s): Teenage boys -- Teen fiction | Families -- Teen fiction | Friendship -- Teen fictionGenre/Form: Young adult fiction.DDC classification: A823.4 Summary: Will went to private school, and Julian went to juvie. Will is running from a family secret, and Julian is running from the goat next door. The boys meet pushing trolleys, and they find a common enemy in the Westie hoons who terrorise the carpark. After a few close calls, Will has to nut up and confront his past. But on the way, he learns a few things about what it means to be a friend - and what it means to be family.
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Teen Fiction Manaia LibraryPlus
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Teen Fiction GARD (Browse shelf) Available i2153355
Teen Fiction Stratford
Teen
Teen Fiction GAR (Browse shelf) Available (Available) A00770653
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Will Rushton owns a genuine Rolex but pushes shopping carts for a living. His workmates are Westies, rough and tough boys who won't be messed with. But Julian is curious about Will and his secrets, especially when he finds that Will has dropped out of prestigious St Alfie's to live beneath a bowling alley. An unlikely mateship forms, and when Will's past finally catches up with him, he realises how much he's had to learn about friendship, solidarity, and the true value of family.

Will went to private school, and Julian went to juvie. Will is running from a family secret, and Julian is running from the goat next door. The boys meet pushing trolleys, and they find a common enemy in the Westie hoons who terrorise the carpark. After a few close calls, Will has to nut up and confront his past. But on the way, he learns a few things about what it means to be a friend - and what it means to be family.

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