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Being Black ’N Chicken, & Chips (Matt Okine, Hachette)

It’s 1998. Mike Amon is almost 13 and about to start high school. All he wants is to be good enough at athletics to be chosen for the Dobson Dash, for puberty to kick in properly, to get internet at home, and, maybe, for Zoe to notice him. He doesn’t...

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