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Don of a New Day
     

Don of a New Day

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by Gina Bortolussi
 

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Problems seem to attack Jimmy from all angles. Growing up, people show a lot of prejudice towards him. After making a friend and coming to terms with the things he cannot change in himself, will he find the strength to endure that which he cannot change in others?

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Problems seem to attack Jimmy from all angles. Growing up, people show a lot of prejudice towards him. After making a friend and coming to terms with the things he cannot change in himself, will he find the strength to endure that which he cannot change in others?

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BN ID:
2940016214610
Publisher:
Mascot Books
Publication date:
03/19/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
152
File size:
1 MB

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Don of a New Day 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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hndodge More than 1 year ago
In Don of a New Day, Jimmy faces adversity and life-changing experiences growing up in the 80&rsquo;s and 90&rsquo;s. While the book spans Jimmy&rsquo;s life from childhood through early adulthood, there is a strong emphasis on those formative middle and high school years when we all try to understand ourselves, those around us, and life in general. Gina Bortolussi deftly explores self-realization, faith, politics, and more through Jimmy, his friends, and his family. While Jimmy&rsquo;s story may not exactly follow your own, it covers issues, questions, and feelings we all experience at one point or another. In the end, the reader is left with the message that we all belong, not in spite of but, because of our differences. Whether our journeys are, difficult or easy, straight or winding, we are not alone. We are all trying to rise to the surface to find our places in this world. And we have the choice to handle what life throws at us with grace. I just wish this book was a little bit longer, as I felt rushed along at times.