THE DROWNING BOY by Susan Terris

THE DROWNING BOY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Literally unable to swim and figuratively unable to keep his head above water in a family dominated by his masculinity-conscious father, Jason takes refuge in the companionship of his pet rat Templeton and in the dependency of Buddy, an autistic child. Moving and empathic.

Publisher: Doubleday