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Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley

Three years ago, Solomon Reed took off all his clothes and hopped into the fountain in front of his middle school. That was the last time anyone saw him. But Lisa Praytor never forgot about him. With her sights set on a full ride to the second-best psychology program in the country, she knows Solomon is her ticket. If she can find him and fix him, it will make the best essay ever. But there are a few things she didn’t count on. She had no idea Solomon’s panic disorder and resulting agoraphobia were so severe. And she didn’t know he would turn out to be so funny and fun to be around. And she never could have guessed Sol and her boyfriend Clark would it hit off so well. Maybe too well?

A light-hearted look at heavy issues that pulls no punches, this book is recommended for high school and up.

 

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