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My brother's name is Jessica / John Boyne.

By: Boyne, John, 1971- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Puffin Books, an imprint of Penguin Random House, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 246 pages ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9780241376171.Subject(s): Brothers -- Teen fiction | Gender identity -- Teen fiction | Secrecy -- Teen fiction | Teenage boys -- Teen fiction | Transgender youth -- Teen fictionGenre/Form: Domestic fiction. | Young adult fiction.DDC classification: 823.92 Summary: Sam Waver's life has always been pretty quiet. A bit of a loner, he struggles to make friends, and his busy parents often make him feel invisible. Luckily for Sam, his older brother, Jason, has always been there for him. Sam idolises Jason, who seems to have life sorted - he's kind, popular, amazing at football, and girls are falling over themselves to date him. But then one evening Jason calls his family together to tell them that he's been struggling with a secret for a long time. A secret which quickly threatens to tear them all apart. His parents don't want to know and Sam simply doesn't understand. Because what do you do when your brother says he's not your brother at all? That he thinks he's actually... your sister?
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Teen Fiction Stratford
Teen
Teen Fiction BOY (Browse shelf) Checked out 24/06/2019 A00844309
Teen Fiction Stratford
Teen
Teen Fiction BOYN (Browse shelf) Checked out 22/06/2019 i2189074
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Sam Waver's life has always been pretty quiet. A bit of a loner, he struggles to make friends, and his busy parents often make him feel invisible. Luckily for Sam, his older brother, Jason, has always been there for him. Sam idolises Jason, who seems to have life sorted - he's kind, popular, amazing at football, and girls are falling over themselves to date him.<br> <br> But then one evening Jason calls his family together to tell them that he's been struggling with a secret for a long time. A secret which quickly threatens to tear them all apart. His parents don't want to know and Sam simply doesn't understand.<br> <br> Because what do you do when your brother says he's not your brother at all? That he thinks he's actually . . . your sister?

"Boys will be boys. Except when they can't." -- cover.

Sam Waver's life has always been pretty quiet. A bit of a loner, he struggles to make friends, and his busy parents often make him feel invisible. Luckily for Sam, his older brother, Jason, has always been there for him. Sam idolises Jason, who seems to have life sorted - he's kind, popular, amazing at football, and girls are falling over themselves to date him. But then one evening Jason calls his family together to tell them that he's been struggling with a secret for a long time. A secret which quickly threatens to tear them all apart. His parents don't want to know and Sam simply doesn't understand. Because what do you do when your brother says he's not your brother at all? That he thinks he's actually... your sister?

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