Thirteen Reasons Why

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Click for availability and more information Thirteen Reasons Why, by Jay Asher
 
Clay Jenson can't understand why he receives a box of cassette tapes on his doorstep. As he begins listening to them, he realizes that they were recorded by a high school classmate who recently committed suicide. In the tapes, Hannah Baker addresses the thirteen people that impacted her decision to end her own life, and since Clay received the tapes, he knows he is one of them. Suspenseful and authentic, this book can't be put down.
-Catherine

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