Girl Fight by Faye Harnest

In Faye Harnest's Girl Fight, an angry teenage girl used to punching her way through her problems finds herself the target of bullying after a fight with a classmate goes terribly wrong. As The Link’s book reviewer Priscila Uppal tells us, it’s a gritty and gutsy novel in a new line of novels called SideStreets geared towards the reluctant teen reader.

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Canadian author Priscila Uppal explores literature from Canada and beyond.

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