A New World

Garrett, Rob
September 2006
Scholastic Scope;9/18/2006, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p16
The article focuses on a character named Rob Garrett in the book "New Boy," by Julian Houston and asks readers to give their interpretations regarding the character.


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