The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (National Book Award Winner)

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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
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5.7 X 8.3 X 0.9 inches | 0.96 pounds

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About the Author
A National Book Award-winning author, poet, and filmmaker, Sherman Alexie is one of the most well-known and beloved literary writers of his generation. His works of fiction, including The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, Reservation Blues, and The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven, have received numerous awards and citations. He lives in Seattle. Like Thunder Boy Jr., Sherman was named for his father.
2007 National Book Award WinnerThe New York Times Book Review Notable Books of 2007 (children's books)
NYPL Books for the Teen Age 2008
2007 PW "Off the Cuff" Awards: Favorite YA Novel
2007 Horn Book Fanfare Best Books of the Year
2007 Kirkus Reviews Best YA Books
2007 School Library Journal Best Books of the Year
2007 Publishers Weekly's Best Books of the Year
Boston Globe-Horn Book Award Winner

"This is a gem of a book....may be [Sherman Alexie's] best work yet."--New York Times
* "Nimbly blends sharp with unapologetic emotion....fluid narration deftly mingles raw feelings with funny, sardonic insight."--Kirkus, starred review
* "A Native American equivalent of Angela's Ashes."--Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Sure to resonate and lift spirits of all ages for years to come."--USA Today
* "Realistic and fantastical and funny and tragic-all at the same time."--VOYA, starred review
* "The line between dramatic monologue, verse novel, and standup comedy gets unequivocally-and hilariously and triumphantly-bent in this novel."--Horn Book, starred review
* "Characters...are portrayed with compassion and verve....delivers a positive message in a low-key manner."--School Library Journal, starred review