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The White Bicycle

By Beverley Brenna, 1962-

The White Bicycle is the third stand-alone title in the Wild Orchid series about a young woman with Asperger's Syndrome. This installment chronicles Taylor Jane's travels to the south of France where she spends a summer babysitting for the Phoenix family. Including flashbacks into Taylor's earliest memories, along with immediate scenes in Lourmarin, a picturesque village in the Luberon Valley, The White Bicycle results in a journey for independence both personal and universal, told in Taylor's honest first-person prose.

Format

Book

Availability

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  • TF Brenna, Teen Fiction
1 available at Cooper (Forest Acres)
  • TF Brenna, Teen Fiction
1 available at North Main
  • TF Brenna, Teen Fiction

ISBN

0889954836


Format: Book
Author: Brenna, Beverley, 1962-
Summary: Taylor Jane Simon, an eighteen-year-old girl with Asperger's Syndrome, travels to France, as she struggles to become independent of her controlling mother and meets a new mentor.
Title: The white bicycle / Beverley Brenna.
Publisher Date: Markham, ON : Red Deer Press, c2012.
Subject: People with mental disabilities -- Fiction Asperger's syndrome -- Fiction. Interpersonal relations -- Fiction Coming of age -- Fiction
Isbn: 0889954836 9780889954830
Current Holds: 0
System Items Available: 3
System Items Total: 3
Call Number: FIC
Oclc: 10969667
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Bib Id: 421185

Format: Book
Author: Brenna, Beverley, 1962-
Summary: Taylor Jane Simon, an eighteen-year-old girl with Asperger's Syndrome, travels to France, as she struggles to become independent of her controlling mother and meets a new mentor.
Title: The white bicycle / Beverley Brenna.
Publisher, Date: Markham, ON : Red Deer Press, c2012.
Description: 198 p. ; 20 cm.
Subjects: People with mental disabilities -- Fiction
Subjects: Asperger's syndrome -- Fiction.
Subjects: Interpersonal relations -- Fiction
Subjects: Coming of age -- Fiction
Notes: Sequel to: Waiting for no one.
LCCN: bl2012041647
ISBN: 0889954836
ISBN: 9780889954830
Requests: 0
Available Copies: 3
Total Copies: 3
Call Number: FIC