The Outcasts by L.S. Matthews
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The Outcasts Summary
Four of the Outcasts don't really participate in class, and all five could care less about a group activity, so the fact that all of them actually go on the fieldtrip is something of a miracle.
The Outcasts Reviews
"The hand of the author can be felt at every turn, with thinly veiled messages about the importance of teamwork and not prejudging others. " - Publishers Weekly
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L.S. Matthews Author Biography
L. S. Matthews's first book for young readers, Fish, was named a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year, and was a Borders Original Voices Book. She has since written four more books for young readers, including A Dog for Life and After the Flood. L. S. Matthews writes full-time in England, where she lives with her husband and two children.
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