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Marco Impossible

Hannah Moskowitz

Paperback

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Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover (3/19/2013)

Description

In this middle-grade novel, Marco's in love with Benji, but winning his heart may be mission impossible.

Best friends Stephen and Marco attempt a go-for-broke heist to break into the high school prom and get Marco onstage to confess his love for (and hopefully steal the heart of) Benji, the adorable exchange student and bass player of the prom band. Of course, things don't always go according to plan, and every heist comes with its fair share of hijinks.

Marco Impossible by Hannah Moskowitz is a fun middle-grade book by the author of the young adult novels Not Otherwise Specified, A History of Glitter and Blood, and many more.

Praise for Marco Impossible:

“The boy gets the boy and the school bully gets it square in the nose.” —School Library Journal

“Moskowitz (Gone, Gone, Gone, 2012, etc.) again explores the experiences of a gay teen, in this humorous take on a teenage rite of passage—the prom—but with a twist.” —Kirkus Reviews

"[T]hose looking for an observant take on a growing, bending relationship will soon be bopping their heads to this idiosyncratic tune." —Booklist



Praise For Marco Impossible

“Moskowitz (Gone, Gone, Gone, 2012, etc.) again explores the experiences of a gay teen, in this humorous take on a teenage rite of passage--the prom--but with a twist.” —Kirkus Reviews

"But those looking for an observant take on a growing, bending relationship will soon be bopping their heads to this idiosyncratic tune." —Booklist

“The boy gets the boy and the school bully gets it square in the nose.” —School Library Journal

“Honest and raw . . .delightfully funny.” —The Bulletin Center for Children's Books

Square Fish, 9781250143921, 256pp.

Publication Date: January 9, 2018



About the Author

Hannah Moskowitz is the author of Invincible and Break, an ALA popular paperback for Young Adults. Of her first middle grade novel, Zombie TagBooklist has said, "Moskowitz deftly swerves between comedy, pathos, and even terror, and makes it look so effortless readers won't think twice about the strangeness of the mix."