New Blood

From the Series Lorimer SideStreets

  • Interest Level: Grade 9 - Grade 12   ·  
  • Reading Level: Grade 4

After a gang of thugs beat him up, Paul’s parents decide they’ve had enough of Glasgow’s tough streets and move the family to Winnipeg. Still healing from his injuries, Paul also has deep inner scars that will make his new high school, in this new country, even more of a battleground. New Blood is an edgy yet moving account of violence, bullying, recovery, and hope.

Format List Price Your Price Qty
978-1-55028-996-1
$9.95 $9.95
Interest Level Grade 9 - Grade 12
Reading Level Grade 4
Genre Fiction, High/Low, Young Adult
Copyright 2007
Publisher Lorimer & Company, Ltd.
Imprint Lorimer Children & Teens
Language English
Number of Pages 168
Publication Date 2016-09-01
BISACS YAF058020, YAF058150, YAF058270
Dewey [Fic]
Dimensions 4.25 x 7
Lexile 720
Features Author/Illustrator biography and Teaching Guides

Author: Peter McPhee

Peter McPhee, a Southern Alberta-based writer, was for many years an editor and film critic for the Winnipeg Sun. He has written several books for both children and young adults.

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Lorimer SideStreets

Edgy high/low fiction for teen reluctant readers. Each SideStreets novel deals with real-world issues and features contemporary teen characters, many from diverse backgrounds. Male and female characters face serious issues today’s teens can relate to, such as… View available downloads →