Juggling With Mandarins
A novel about growing up. It asserts the importance of living life on your own terms, and of competing for enjoyment rather than reward. It explores the complex love-hate relationship between a father and son.
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||25 June 2003 by HarperCollins Publishers
||Paperback, illustrated edition
||By Jones, V. M.
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||Children / Young Adults
|Library of Congress
||Fathers and sons, Self-realization, Competition (Psychology), Indoor rock climbing
||Young Adult Fiction
Description of this Book
Pip's just your average teenage boy. When he discovers he has a natural talent for climing he begins to take surreptitious lessons - then has to decide whether he is brave enough to let his father in on his secret life. This is Vicky Jones second novel, her first "Buddy" won the 2002 Aim Childrens Book Award.
Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings
Winner of New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards: Junior Fiction 2004
Short-listed for LIANZA Children's Book Awards: Esther Glen Medal for Junior Fiction 2004
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