The Sledding Hill

The Sledding Hill

Book - 2005
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Billy, recently deceased, keeps an eye on his best friend, fourteen-year-old Eddie, who has added to his home and school problems by becoming mute, and helps him stand up to a conservative minister and English teacher who is orchestrating a censorship challenge
Publisher: New York : Greenwillow Books, c2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780060502430
Branch Call Number: YF Cru
Characteristics: 230 p. ; 22 cm


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Powerline_420 Jan 14, 2012

I highly recommend this book. It offers an interesting look at many contemporary issues - including a character who struggles with the realization that he is gay despite being a devout Christian. It's a quick read, and Crutcher keeps things interesting by having a ghost as a narrator and writing himself, briefly, into the end of the story.


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EPLPicks_Teen Apr 07, 2010

Billy Bartholomew is dead. His best friend, Eddie Proffit, is still alive. Billy and Eddie meet on the sledding hill--like they always have. And Billy is not about to let a little thing like death stop him from hanging in there with Eddie in his epic struggle to get his life back on track.


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