Blues piano music begins this remarkable story and appears throughout. Vincent is pushed into a mud puddle by bully Butch, who cruelly utters, "You little fruit, I'll show you not to look at me." Suddenly, handsome Melvin rescues him. Bruce Coville and Full Cast Audio take listeners on an educational journey in which gays are highlighted in blue. Vincent is astonished to see how many well-known politicians and sports and entertainment figures, as well as those from his everyday life, show up in shades of blue. All of the narrators' voices are perfect, with Vincent sounding both young and enthusiastic. Fairy godfather Melvin's voice and delivery are ideal for the timely and important message he delivers to Vincent - and listeners.
©1991 Bruce Coville; (P)2006 Full Cast Audio
An unconventional yet wonderfully creative approach in the depiction the struggles of sexual identity.Very well enjoyed!
is is itelligent and smart you dont need to be gay to see that we are just humans after all, I will pay millions it worth it!! and in souch and small time!! buy it!!
The Emperors Clothes because one must truly know who they are inside and out
good, stunning and exciting
this book lets one know that appearances are not always as they seem on the outside
I wont go in to the plots too much mainly if it 3 - 5 stars you may want to try it.
Funny short story on handling being bully for being gay. In a light hearted way.
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