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Zen and the Art of Faking It

by Jordan Sonnenblick


Scholastic Paperbacks
January 2010


Fiction
Ages 12 – 14 . Grades 7 – 9

Library of Congress: 2006028841


Lexile measure: 780L

DRA: 60

Guided Reading: Y

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Meet San Lee, a (sort of) innocent teenager, who moves against his will to a new town. Things get interesting when he (sort of) invents a new past for himself, which makes him incredibly popular. In fact, his whole school starts to (sort of) worship him, just because he (sort of) accidentally gave the impression that he's a reincarnated mystic.

When things start to unravel, San needs to find some real wisdom in a hurry. Can he patch things up with his family, save himself from bodily harm, stop being an outcast, and maybe even get the girl?
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Jordan Sonnenblick

Jordan Sonnenblick is the author of the acclaimed Drums, Girls & Dangerous Pie, Notes from the Midnight Driver, Zen and the Art of Faking It, and the sequel to Drums called After Ever After. He lives in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, with his wife and two children.

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ISBN: 9780439837095

272pp. | 5-¼ x 8