Smiles to Go by Jerry Spinelli

Summary: Will Tuppence’s life has always been ruled by science and common sense but in ninth grade, shaken up by the discovery that protons decay, he begins to see the entire world differently and gains new perspective on his relationships with his little sister and two closest friends. 248 p., Joanna Cotler Books.

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1 Comment

  1. This book was ok, nothing really special about it except for the fact that some kind of particle that shouldn’t decay, can decay. That part got me worried a bit. This book, by no circumstances should win. It’s very forgettable, and the plot line isn’t that interesting, because really I can’t even remember it.

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