101 Ways to Dance

101 Ways to Dance

Book - 2006
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In this quirky collection, award-winning author for young people Kathy Stinson offers characters and plotlines that reflect the many ways teens learn about lust and love. From the first stirrings of same-sex desire on a lakeside beach to troubling paternity questions around a teen pregnancy, 101 Ways to Dancereflects the spectrum of teen sexuality from the very sweet to the very scary.

These stories offer many opportunities for important and engaged discussions, while content and writing style ensure a great selection for reluctant readers. A must-have for all junior high and high school libraries.

Kathy Stinsonis an award-winning author for young people. She has written over 20 books, including Becoming Rubyand One Year Commencing.
Publisher: Toronto : Second Story Press, c2006
ISBN: 9781897187104
Branch Call Number: YA PB Stins 3558ya 1
Characteristics: 150 p. ;,22 cm
Alternative Title: One hundred one ways to dance


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Mar 11, 2012

by dance she means sex, and this book is a collection of stories that struggle with that topic and the situations it can lead you to. A really good book.

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