Fat AngieBook - 2013
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Every year since 1971, the American Library Association has awarded the Stonewall Book Award to titles in adult literature, nonfiction and children's and young adult literature that contain exceptional merit relating to the gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender experience. This year the Mike Morgan and Larry Romans Young Adult Literature Award went to Beautiful Music for Ugly Children and Fat Angi… (more)
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LAYNE_A Sep 03, 2014
I am a big fan of YA "problem" novels, but this may have a few too many issues thrown in the mix. The dialogue is often clunky and tries a little too hard to sound hip. The drama never quite lets up and yet the romance is not fully explored. There is always room for more LGBTQ fiction f... Read More »
mawls Jun 13, 2014
Angie has to deal with a lot. Everything from her distant and not-so-nice mother to being bullied at school for her weight. This story deals with heavy topics like cutting, bullying and war, but while heavy, it portrays a realistic experience of one girl in high school. If you like to read storie... Read More »
Angie feels trapped. Everyone thinks her sister died in Iraq even though Angie thinks she's still alive. She also is bullied at home and school, but when KC comes into town, Angie finds the courage to make some changes in her life.
mawls May 24, 2014
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"You're afraid of everything. And I know it. And that's why you don't like me."
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