Silent to the BoneBook - 2000
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When he is wrongly accused of gravely injuring his baby half-sister, thirteen-year-old Branwell loses his power of speech and only his friend Connor is able to reach him and uncover the truth about what really happened.
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Other: Subtle racist comments directed towards Vietnamese-Americans. They are not meant to reflect any personal opinions or anything, but these comments are mainly in the story to help the reader understand part of certain characters' dislike for another character (they are pretty much stereotyping the person in question). (Irrelevant to what I just wrote) Smoking is in the story as well.
Sexual Content: The main characters are 13 year old boys, and it is hinted that they are going through puberty, as they don't seem sure about how to feel about sexual attractions. A sub-genre for this book is Coming-of-Age, so these feelings are mentioned a couple of times in the book. A couple is hinted at having sexual encounters multiple times.
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