Nothing but the Truth

Nothing but the Truth

A Documentary Novel

Book - 2010
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A ninth-grader's suspension for singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" during homeroom becomes a national news story.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Inc., [2010], ♭1991
ISBN: 9780606123006
0606123008
9780545174152
0545174155
Branch Call Number: YA AVI
Characteristics: 177 pages ; 20 cm

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cmlibrary_jrobinson Jul 05, 2016

Readers will have to answer the questions in this book for themselves after reading this thought-provoking novel. It is written mostly in play script with excerpts from diaries, letters, and memos.

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blue_dove_147
Dec 11, 2014

To me the ending wasn't awful. It is just different and unique. The writing in general is different from many of the books so the ending need to be different too or it ruins it.

rose_friedman Mar 19, 2014

A good idea for a story, but AWFUL ending.

Hameellll Aug 21, 2013

nothing but the truth is a great book i would recommend this book to people that like sports

SAPPHIREBEAR15 Jun 24, 2012

an excellent book to read and understand...very interesting and detailed plot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Eärendil May 23, 2012

Good book, but I didn't like the ending.

lemon_19 Aug 10, 2011

I had to read this book for school. It was an okay book, I didn't like the ending at all.

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vhenrietta
Dec 19, 2010

I didnt like the ending very much.

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SAPPHIREBEAR15 Jun 24, 2012

Philip Malloy is a track-obsessed ninth-grader at Harrison High School in Harrison, New Hampshire. He has an English teacher, Margaret Narwin, and is doing very poorly in her class, he is given a D for his grade and is not allowed to try out for the track team. He does not tell this to his parents, and instead pretends that he no longer has an interest in trying out for the track team. Philip causes distractions in Narwin's class such as singing the national anthem. Eventually he is suspended from school by Dr. Joseph Palleni, the school's vice principal.

whiteshadow13 Apr 04, 2012

A ninth-grader's suspension for singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" during homeroom becomes a national news story.

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