The boy in the dress
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First published in hardback in Great Britain by HarperCollins Children's Books 2008.
"Dennis' life is boring and lonely. His mother left two years ago, his truck driver father is depressed, his brother is a bully and, worst of all, "no hugging" is one of their household rules. But one thing Dennis does have is soccer---he's the leading scorer on his team. Oh, and did we mention his secret passion for fashion?"--Jacket.
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A cute, fun romp that doesn't take its subject matter too seriously. Dennis is adorable and I love the ending (no spoilers, but it's heartwarming!).
I like this book because it is set in England and Dennis likes to play soccer like me. It is a funny book.
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