Workin' for Peanuts Overview

Todd Strasser
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Strasser has stated that he is concerned that there are few books dealing with romance from the male point of view. In Workin' for Peanuts, he attempts to rectify this situation by using a male narrator. Strasser explores the effects of social class and money on romance, as well as the importance of acting on one's beliefs, through the actions of Jeff Mead, a likeable teenage protagonist who is unsure of who he...

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