- ISBN: 0152053255
- Physical Description: 164 p. ; 22 cm.
- Edition: 1st ed.
- Publisher: Orlando, Fla. : Harcourt, Inc., c2005.
Three troubled high school seniors, who plan to run away together from Illinois to California after graduation, try to figure out who they are who they want to be.
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14 and up.
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Boy Girl Boy
Larry, Teresa, and Elliot are so tight, there's no room in their circle for any more than three: boy, girl, boy. That's just how it is. And when they graduate in a few months, they're moving to California to begin their real lives--together. Or that's the plan, anyway. But who are they fooling? Larry is gay and still trying to coming to terms with his sexuality. Teresa is tired of hanging out with two boys she loves who aren't interested in being her boyfriend. And Elliot--sweet, handsome, but not the brightest--is finally considering the idea that he may in fact like himself more when he's not in the shadow of his two best friends. From the celebrated author of Stoner & Spaz and Margaux with an X, here is a wry, surprising, and insightful book about how tough it is to simply be yourself.