A Mango-shaped SpaceeBook - 2003
Senses and sensation -- Fiction.
Cats -- Fiction.
Friendship -- Fiction.
Death -- Fiction.
Schools -- Fiction.
Families -- Fiction.
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GCPL_Teen Jun 29, 2017
The main character of this novel is unique because of her synesthesia, a condition that causes her to experience senses differently. I would recommend this to anyone who has ever felt like an outsider.
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mauve_jellyfish_27 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over
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Mia has this memory when she was younger about her embarrassing part. She told her teachers the numbers have types of colours. Now she is in Grade 8. Then at home, she told her parents which they took her to the doctor's. The doctor checked her and said to go to a specialist. It was true, Mia did see colours. At school, once the other students heard about their situation, they asked her what each of their names were. Later on, she met Jerry; a man that helps special ability people (really cool). She talks to a pen pal who has the ability too. Later on, her precious cat Mango dies which is very upsetting. Jenna (her best friend) buys her a new friendship bracelet.
Mia found out where Mango came from; she was a father to kittens. (I think.)
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