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Bad Feminist, by Roxane Gay, is a collection of essays about gender, race, culture, and politics. After reading, “I Was Once Miss America,” which broke my heart, I raced out to buy Book One of Sweet Valley High, the beloved series of Gay’s childhood. Gay’s essays can make a person do...[read on]About The Secrets of Blueberries, Brothers, Moose & Me, from the publisher:
Determined to make some extra money, twelve-year-old Missy and her older brother Patrick get summer jobs picking blueberries at a local farm. For Missy, though, blueberry picking quickly becomes about more than just money— it’s the perfect distraction from the fact that her two best friends have gone off to summer camp without her and that her dad is getting remarried. Why can’t everything go back to the way it used to be? Back to normal? But, Missy soon discovers that the summer is full of secrets: the secrets to making her family feel whole again; the secrets to keeping her two best friends from changing and leaving her behind; the secrets of a local farm’s blood feud; and most importantly, the secrets of blueberries.Visit Sara Nickerson's website.
Author Sara Nickerson infuses warmth and emotion into this relatable story about finding something special within yourself and a place to call your own in even the most tumultuous of times.
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