Save Me a Seat

Save Me a SeatFrom award-winning author of Pie, Sarah Weeks, and debut author Gita Varadarajan comes a story that shows us the beautiful ways our lives end up being much more similar than we ever imagine. Two boys – one white, one Indian American – gain strength from each other from afar as they struggle to navigate middle school, family, and friendships. …

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Study Guide Student Workbook for Save Me a Seat: Quick Student Workbooks

Study Guide Student Workbook for Save Me a Seat: Quick Student WorkbooksFrom award-winning author of Pie, Sarah Weeks, and debut author Gita Varadarajan comes a story that shows us the beautiful ways our lives end up being much more similar than we ever imagine. Two boys – one white, one Indian American – gain strength from each other from afar as they struggle to navigate middle school, family, and friendships. …

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Save Me a Seat

Save Me a SeatFrom award-winning author of Pie, Sarah Weeks, and debut author Gita Varadarajan comes a story that shows us the beautiful ways our lives end up being much more similar than we ever imagine. Two boys – one white, one Indian American – gain strength from each other from afar as they struggle to navigate middle school, family, and friendships. …

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Save Me a Seat

Save Me a SeatFrom award-winning author of Pie, Sarah Weeks, and debut author Gita Varadarajan comes a story that shows us the beautiful ways our lives end up being much more similar than we ever imagine. Two boys – one white, one Indian American – gain strength from each other from afar as they struggle to navigate middle school, family, and friendships. …

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Save Me a Seat By Sarah Weeks and Gita Varadarajan Student Workbook: Quick Student Workbooks

Save Me a Seat By Sarah Weeks and Gita Varadarajan Student Workbook: Quick Student WorkbooksFrom award-winning author of Pie, Sarah Weeks, and debut author Gita Varadarajan comes a story that shows us the beautiful ways our lives end up being much more similar than we ever imagine. Two boys – one white, one Indian American – gain strength from each other from afar as they struggle to navigate middle school, family, and friendships. …

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