Turning Japanese (Degrassi Extra Credit Series #1)

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TURNING JAPANESE

It's the end of Ellie's senior year, and as though final exams aren't enough to worry about, she's been placed in a compromising position by one of her bosses at a comic book company. Is quitting her only option?

J.T. turns to the Internet to help cope with the recent troubles in his life. But now he spends most of his time locked in his room, and he can't seem to move on. Is his new habit ...

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TURNING JAPANESE

It's the end of Ellie's senior year, and as though final exams aren't enough to worry about, she's been placed in a compromising position by one of her bosses at a comic book company. Is quitting her only option?

J.T. turns to the Internet to help cope with the recent troubles in his life. But now he spends most of his time locked in his room, and he can't seem to move on. Is his new habit just making his problems worse?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781416530763
  • Publisher: Gallery Books
  • Publication date: 11/21/2006
  • Series: Degrassi Extra Credit Series , #1
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.30 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Posted November 18, 2008

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    Reviewed by Taylor Rector for TeensReadToo.com

    TURNING JAPANESE is about the kids at Degrassi High School and their personal lives. Just your basic, average teenagers. They don't have super powers and they aren't geniuses. <BR/><BR/>Ellie has a job at a comic book store and her boss is highly inappropriate with her. J.T. turns to some not-so-great things on the Internet to relieve the stress of his girlfriend (maybe it was his ex; I never did figure that out) giving their baby up for adoption. <BR/><BR/>I felt like I was thrown into a story that gave me almost no background on what was going on and was kind of hard to understand. But if you like manga, or stories based on the Degrassi characters in particular, this is definitely the book for you! <BR/><BR/>**An added note from "The Genius:" If you're a follower of the Degrassi The Next Generation television show, you'll be able to follow the plot of TURNING JAPANESE quite easily. For those unfamiliar with the show and its plot, however, this probably isn't the best place to learn about the characters. I highly recommend Degrassi, though, so start from the beginning!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2007

    omg i could not put it down

    this is a comic book but it does not matter if your in to the whole comic book thing it just has thing and details in it that the show does not may require watching the show!!!

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