Rock and a Hard Place: A Young Adult Novel Topics for Discussion

Angie Stanton
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Who is Libby? What happened to her family? Why is she waiting for her father to return? Where does Libby live? Why is she an outcast at her school? Why does Libby not have access to television, computers, or cellphones? How does this impact her first meeting with Peter Jamieson?

Who is Peter Jamieson? What is his claim to fame? How does he meet Libby? Why is Peter immediately drawn to Libby? What does Peter know of Libby's past in these early meetings? How does this impact his feelings for her? Why does Peter provide Libby with a cellphone? What does she use it for? Why does Libby spend so much time talking with and visiting Libby? What does this suggest about his character and their future?

How does Peter's family feel about him dating? Why do they encourage his relationship with Libby initially...

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