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"Seventeen-year-old Klee's father was the center of his life. He introduced Klee to the great museums of New York City and the important artists on their walls, he told him stories made of myths and magic. Until his death. Now, forced to live in the suburbs with his mom, Klee can't help but feel he's lost all the identifying parts of himself-- his beloved father, weekly trips to the MoMA, and the thrumming energy of New York City. That is until he meets wild and free Sarah in art class, with her quick smiles and jokes about his brooding. Suddenly it seems as if she's the only thing that makes him happy. But when an act of betrayal sends him reeling, Klee lands in what is bitingly referred to as the Ape Can, a psychiatric hospital for teens in Northhollow. While there, he undergoes intensive therapy and goes back over the pieces of his life to find out what was real, what wasn't, and whether he can stand on his own feet again"--Provided by publisher.

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Geneva Public Library YA POLISNER (Text)
Ground Floor Teen Room Fiction
52118300922058
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Lima Public Library YA FIC POL (Text)
Teen Fiction
32139000997302
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Palmyra Community Library YA POL (Text)
Teen Fiction
52127300370440
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Williamson Public Library YA FIC POL (Text)
Teen Fiction
52152300678139
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Wood Library Association - Canandaigua YA FIC POL (Text)
Young Adult Fiction
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781250143839
  • ISBN: 1250143837
  • Physical Description: 246 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Wednesday Books, 2018.

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"Seventeen-year-old Klee's father was the center of his life. He introduced Klee to the great museums of New York City and the important artists on their walls, he told him stories made of myths and magic. Until his death. Now, forced to live in the suburbs with his mom, Klee can't help but feel he's lost all the identifying parts of himself-- his beloved father, weekly trips to the MoMA, and the thrumming energy of New York City. That is until he meets wild and free Sarah in art class, with her quick smiles and jokes about his brooding. Suddenly it seems as if she's the only thing that makes him happy. But when an act of betrayal sends him reeling, Klee lands in what is bitingly referred to as the Ape Can, a psychiatric hospital for teens in Northhollow. While there, he undergoes intensive therapy and goes back over the pieces of his life to find out what was real, what wasn't, and whether he can stand on his own feet again"--Provided by publisher.
Subject: Psychotherapy patients > Juvenile fiction.
Loss (Psychology) > Juvenile fiction.
Psychotherapy patients > Fiction.
Loss (Psychology) > Fiction.
Young adult fiction.


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