Picture Perfect

Picture Perfect

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When Ian Slater's best friend, Teddy, suddenly vanishes, it's up to Ian to find out what happened. He and Teddy were supposed to take photographs together on the day Teddy disappeared--but Teddy never showed up. Rumors are flying, and everyone looks to Ian for answers. Has Teddy run away, searching for the father he's never met? Or has something more sinister happened? Ian doesn't know, and he can't quite remember everything that happened the day Teddy vanished. On top of that, he keeps having terrifying dreams and hearing strange voices. People are starting to say he's acting strangely, and the sheriff keeps questioning him. As Ian tries to hold it all together and search for clues to Teddy's disappearance, he strives to present those around him with the picture of a normal kid. But the more he finds out, the less he understands. How well does he really know Teddy? How well does he even know himself?

ISBN: 9780822564683
Branch Call Number: ALP


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Feb 13, 2012

This is one of my favourite books. The main character, Ian, is portrayed as being self depreciating and a loyal son, but Alphin gives us fleeting glimpses into his heart, which was brave all along. It' s a great book for friendship, mystery, family, and the psych. Plus, photography, and its imagistic nature gives it extra appeal. I've read this so many times, and I recommend it to everybody!

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