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Author Goodman, Allegra, author.

Title The chalk artist : a novel / Allegra Goodman.

Publication Info. New York : The Dial Press, [2017]
©2017

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 GDL Central Library Fiction  New Shelf  GOODMAN,ALL    Available
 PAS Central Library Fiction  New Shelf  FIC GOODMAN,A    DUE 02-09-18
 PAS Hastings Branch Fiction  New Shelf  FIC GOODMAN,A    Available
 PAS Lamanda Park Branch Fiction  New Shelf  FIC GOODMAN,A    Available
 PAS Linda Vista Branch Fiction  New Shelf  FIC GOODMAN,A    DUE 02-08-18
 PAS San Rafael Branch Fiction  New Shelf  FIC GOODMAN,A    Available
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Edition First edition.
Description 335 pages ; 25 cm
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Summary Collin James is young, creative, and unhappy. A college dropout, he waits tables and spends his free time beautifying the streets of Cambridge, Massachusetts, with his medium of choice: chalk. Collin's art captivates passersby with its vibrant colors and intricate lines--until the moment he wipes it all away. Nothing in Collin's life is meant to last. Then he meets Nina. . . . The daughter of a tech mogul who is revolutionizing virtual reality, Nina Lazare is trying to give back as a high school teacher--but her students won't listen to her. When Collin enters her world, he inspires her to think bigger. Nina wants to return the favor--even if it means losing him. Against this poignant backdrop, Allegra Goodman paints a tableau of students, neighbors, and colleagues: Diana, a teenage girl trying to make herself invisible; her twin brother, Aidan, who's addicted to the games produced by Nina's father; and Daphne, a viral-marketing trickster who unites them all, for better or worse.
Subject Computer games -- Social aspects -- Fiction.
Video games -- Social aspects -- Fiction.
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
Interpersonal relations -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Love stories.
Romance fiction.
ISBN 9781400069873 (hardback)
1400069874 (hadrback)

 
    
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