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The Letter Q by Sarah Moon
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Jun 24, 12

bookshelves: middle-ya, read-2112
Read from June 15 to 24, 2012

I’ll review this book more fully later in the week. It’s good, with letters and/or messages from a variety of writers who are in our world right now. I know there are older students out there right now who would devour this book as very needed personal advice and support from their own future selves. The letters talk of a range of emotions as well as life values, like being true to oneself, choosing friends well, counting on parents. One part that has stuck with me from one of the letters, and that I’ve spoken to others about too, is the thought that homosexuality is only one part of what makes a human being. There are so many other parts to a person that can be good or bad, likeable or not. It’s definitely for high schoolers, & with your judgement, mature 8th grade.

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