Examples Of Ableism In Tangerine By Edward Bloor

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Have you, or someone you know, ever been a victim of ableism? Ableism is the discrimination in favor of able-bodied people. Paul Fisher suffers through ableism. Paul along with his brother, Erik, mother and father moves to Tangerine, Florida. It this little town many odd occurrences happened, some of them unbelievable. Lightning striking the same place twice, impossible. An underground fire burning for years, just a myth. Or are they? Paul FIsher leads us through his adventures of middle school, his joyous involvements in friendships and the strike of reality. Tangerine by Edward Bloor is an amazing fiction book with the ability to inspire to believe in what they want. This book’s theme, “Truth always come out no matter how well hidden.”

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