8 edition of Shattering the glass found in the catalog.
Shattering the glass
Includes bibliographical references (p. -290) and index
|Statement||Pamela Grundy and Susan Shackelford|
|LC Classifications||GV886 .G78 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 306 p. :|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||2005041670|
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Shattering Glass, by Gail Giles, is a young adult novel that tells the story of how high school senior Simon Glass went from school geek to popular kid to murdered over the course of a school year.
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Everyone picks PDF on him-until Rob Haynes. I don’t remember the last book that made me cry but I was so glad to finally come across a book that made me FEEL. In the end they turned to tears of joy, because ultimately it was a beautiful story. — LibraryThing Early Reviewers Program.
SHATTERED GLASS. Published in Canada by Orca Books. Toni has always had nightmares about fire, and she. In the young adult novel "Shattering Glass" by Gail Giles, nerdy outcast Simon becomes one of the popular kids at school after clique leader Rob decides to take him on as a special project and propel him into the limelight.
The theme of the book is how the abuse of power can lead to devastating consequences. Shattering Glass by Gail Giles in CHM, FB2, FB3 download e-book. Welcome to our site, dear reader.
All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by %(). Fat, clumsy Simon Glass is a nerd, a loser who occupies the lowest rung on the high school social ladder.
Everyone picks on him -- until Rob Haynes shows up. Rob, a transfer student with charisma to spare, immediately becomes the undisputed leader of the senior class. —Bulletin for the Center of Children's Books “Shattering Glass is a dark, finely crafted, on-the-money coming-of-age suspense story.
From page one, I felt myself being pulled to its grim conclusion by a very fine storyteller. This novel will be around for awhile.” —Chris Crutcher, author of Staying Fat for Sarah Brynes and Whale TalkAuthor: Gail Giles.
Her novel Shattering Glass, was an ALA Best of the Best Book, a Book Sense 76 selection, and a Booklist Top 10 Mystery for Youth selection.
The novel is about a high school boy named Simon Glass who is helped to become one of the most popular kids in school by other students, only to end in a tragic twist of : Young adult fiction.
“Shattering Glass” by Gail Giles is a book that should be read by every high-schooler before their graduation. It is a great story of betrayal, jealousy, hatred and mistrust amongst a bunch of high school guys.
“Shattering Glass” takes place in present day Texas, following four seniors in high school. Shattering Glass is an awsome edge of your seat read. The book starts out by telling you that the 4 main characters murdered a kid and then throughout the book give you hints to what happened.
Each chapter starts out with a quote from someone involved in the story/5(8). Shattering the Glass Ceiling is a positive and constructive source of reference directed at women in management, or about to go into management.
It aims to: Highlight the major problems and pressures of being a woman in business and management. Describe the individual and organizational consequences. Relate research findings to the needs of women in management.
Contributors to SHATTERING GLASS include legendary political figures and award-winning, critically acclaimed and bestselling authors. I fully appreciate the story behind this book in that it is to fight injustice but the combination of excellent fiction with the above-mentioned interviews, essays, etc.
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Each female leader will be equipped to prepare for greater ministry effectiveness. Reaching back over a century of struggle, liberation, and gutsy play, Shattering the Glass is a sweeping chronicle of women's basketball in the United States.
Offering vivid portraits of forgotten heroes and contemporary stars, Pamela Grundy and Susan Shackelford provide a broad perspective on the history of the sport, exploring its close relationship to concepts of .Reaching back over a century of struggle, liberation, and gutsy play, Shattering the Glass is a sweeping chronicle of women's basketball in the United States.
Offering vivid portraits of forgotten heroes and contemporary stars, Pamela Grundy and Susan Shackelford provide a broad perspective on the history of the sport, exploring its close relationship to concepts of Brand: Pamela Grundy; Susan Shackelford.List of characters in the book shattering glass?
Wiki User young steward- narrator. jeff cooper- dumb jock. bobster- all talk no action.