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If I Was Your Girl, by Meredith Russo


This was my first book about the life and thoughts of a high school age transgender teen. I was interested to read the author’s notes at the end. “To my cisgender readers — which is to say, to those of … Continue reading

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The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls, by Anton Disclafani


This book is so different from what I expected and I loved it. I saw this book in our high school library and expected a sort of “I love horses and a halcyon vision of summer camp.” The story is … Continue reading

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Everything You Need to Know About Relationship Violence by Katherine White


I read this book because my son had to do a final project in Middle School where he chose his own topic and presented it in a paper and in front of his peers. He chose Relationship Violence on the … Continue reading

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