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Jeffrey learns to live life to the fullest while getting his first girlfriend, wondering why his best friend and fellow cancer survivor is acting so weird, and trying to cope with post-treatment disabilities. Podehl captures the spirit and emotion of a middle school cancer survivor with humor and grace.
When Pete's future as a high school baseball star is shattered by injury, he immerses himself in photography with his grandfather but worries about the man's emerging Alzheimer's disease. Daniels accurately captures the pair's fear and shame in a narration free of sentimentality, laced with humor, and filled with love.
San has spent most of his life moving from school to school. He's ready to blend in with the background, but then Zen kicks in. Mike Chamberlain's appropriately wry tone delivers San from clueless to self-aware.