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Annie on My Mind by Nancy Garden
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Nov 11, 10

bookshelves: realistic-fiction, high-school, middle-school, romance, lgbtq
Read from October 17 to November 01, 2010

Age: 6th grade-12th grade

One of the first novels portraying a positive intimate relationship between two people of the same sex, Annie and Liza discover their sexuality through each other and the tight bond they form around a simple yet powerful love. Not necessarily considered “hip” or “sexy,” this novel exposes the normality of love between two people.

The majority of the novel focuses on the growing love as opposed to the adversity that emerges within the last quarter of the book. While the latter ties the story together as a suspenseful and intriguing novel, the former helps the reader develop a strong empathy with the characters being attacked and the reader sees their love as the center point, not the negative response from their surroundings.
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