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'I just want to be a regular kid! Why can't I just be a regular kid? Why do I have to have asthma? Why do I have to be so weak? This is the cry of Joseph Katz whom everyone carefully protects and wants to put in a special class at school. He has a valid point but his methods of going about changing his situation have a nasty selfcentred and inconsiderate side to them, particularly where elder brother Isaac is concerned. Encounters with a blind news-vendor and a green-eyed girl start to bring about positive change. The humour and style of this book commend it for a wide readership.