Girlish Thing

It’s All Your Fault  by Paul Rudnick This book is really not about the usual-seventeen-year-old nonsense (love-and-make-fuss-over-nothing). Pretty much like girls-and-exaggeration kinda stuff.

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Everyday Life

The Help  by Kathryn Stockett Skeeter the college girl, rejected by other rotten and selfish social ladies for meaningless reasons, dreamed to be a writer. In Mississippi, 1962, black maids lived a hard life. Aibileen, Minny whose cooking is nearly as sassy as her tongue, and other maids, helped with Skeeter finished the book of daily life of black maids.

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Belonging

Orphan Train  by Christina Baker Kline The whole family moved from Ireland to New York – Fire and Niamh orphaned – on the train met with Dutchy and another baby – being adopted to sew,changed name to Dorothy, being kicked out because of economic depression – adopted by rural family to look after kids, met attempt  violation […]

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These Balloons

Paper Towns  by John Green Quentin “Q”  looked for Margo Roth Spiegelman following clues. A film adaptation was released in 2015. The novel is written in three parts. Each individual part is named for a specific metaphor : “The Strings”, “The Grass”, and “The Vessel”. These kids, they’re like tied-down helium balloons …Before the balloon even […]

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