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by Alex Sanchez

Author: Alex Sanchez
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (2009)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Teens and Young Adults
Rating: 4.5
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Alex Sanchez is a wonderful writer, brave and compassionate I've read all of Alex Sanchez's other books and this one was excellent, as I have come to expect from him. I'm glad that the main character is not gay as I think that would.

Alex Sanchez is a wonderful writer, brave and compassionate. - Terry Trueman, Printz Honor author of "Stuck In Neutral" genuinely understands their peril. Sanchez does a masterful jo. -"Publishers Weekly". I've read all of Alex Sanchez's other books and this one was excellent, as I have come to expect from him. I'm glad that the main character is not gay as I think that would box Mr. Sanchez in too much. Christopher Rice started out writing about gay main characters but on his third book the protagonist was straight with gay supporting characters.

Also by alex sanchez. So Hard to Say. Simon & schuster books for young readers. An imprint of Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing Division. 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10020. This book is a work of fiction. Any references to historical events, real people, or real locales are used fictitiously. Other names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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Alex Sánchez (born 1957) is a Mexican American author of award-winning novels for teens and adults. His first novel, Rainbow Boys (2001), was selected by the American Library Association (ALA), as a Best Book for Young Adults

Alex Sánchez (born 1957) is a Mexican American author of award-winning novels for teens and adults. His first novel, Rainbow Boys (2001), was selected by the American Library Association (ALA), as a Best Book for Young Adults. Subsequent books have won additional awards, including the Lambda Literary Award. Although Sanchez's novels are widely accepted in thousands of school and public libraries in America, they have faced a handful of challenges and efforts to ban them.

He’d replayed their kiss at least fourteen thousand times in his mind. And yet he hesitated to call. Eventually, she was bound to find out just how messed-up he was, and never go out with him again. So, why bother? If only he’d talked to Vidas more about her-and less about Mac. Vidas made him feel like he stood a chance with her. What would Vidas tell him now? After considering for a moment, Diego carried the phone into his room and closed the door. Um, hi, he mumbled when she answered. I know, she said softly. I’ve been hoping you’d call.

With candor, conviction, and compassion, Alex Sanchez dramatizes the plight of teens who struggle to balance their homosexuality and their deeply felt religious beliefs.

After Diego lands himself on probation for fighting, he doesn’t trust his probation officer, Mr. Vidas. But as he begins to open up, Diego realizes that he needs Mr. Vidas’s help to get his anger under control. To do that, Diego will need to face the nightmares from his past head-on and confront the memories he’s been avoiding. With candor, conviction, and compassion, Alex Sanchez dramatizes the plight of teens who struggle to balance their homosexuality and their deeply felt religious beliefs. An important, heartfelt book that deserves a wide readership.

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Diego has gotten into trouble because of his temper before. Diego has gotten into trouble because of his temper before. But when he punches out a guy in school who was looking at him funny, he finds himself in juvenile court, facing the possibility of probation, or worse-juvenile jail.

My novel, Bait, won the Florida Book Award Gold Medal for YA fiction. My newest novel, Boyfriends with Girlfriends, came out in April 2011. I received my master’s degree in guidance and counseling from Old Dominion University and for many years worked as a youth and family counselor.

Award-winning author Alex Sanchez writes about a teen’s very real struggle to overcome his anger and take control of his life.

After Diego lands himself on probation for fighting, he doesn’t trust his probation officer, Mr. Vidas. But as he begins to open up, Diego realizes that he needs Mr. Vidas’s help to get his anger under control. To do that, Diego will need to face the nightmares from his past head-on and confront the memories he’s been avoiding. Will anyone even believe him if he tells the truth about his stepfather? Award-winning author Alex Sanchez writes about a teen’s very real struggle to overcome his anger and take control of his life.