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Marie Marquardt is author of YA novels Does My Body Offend You? (with Mayra Cuevas), Dream Things True, The Radius of Us, and Flight Season. Her books have earned many awards and commendations, including BEA Buzz Books, Books all Young Georgians Should Read, and the CLASP Américas Commendation, and they have been shortlisted for several state book awards, including the South Carolina Young Adult Book Award and the Missouri Gateway Readers Award. Marie also has published articles and co-authored two non-fiction books about Latin American immigration to the U.S. South, and has been interviewed about her research, writing, and advocacy on National Public Radio, Public Radio International, and BBC America, among many other media outlets. She li ...more

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Marie Marquardt She woke up before dawn and stumbled to the kitchen to prepare her morning coffee. She peered into the coffee tin to find that it was empty.
Marie Marquardt THE RADIUS OF US began on a Saturday in May, 2013. I walked into an immigration detention center’s visitation room for probably the hundredth time, bu…moreTHE RADIUS OF US began on a Saturday in May, 2013. I walked into an immigration detention center’s visitation room for probably the hundredth time, but still my heart broke wide open. I spoke on a phone, through the glass, with a teenage asylum-seeker from El Salvador, and I knew that I would have to write this story. (less)
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The Radius of Us

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Does My Body Offend You?

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Flight Season

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Dream Things True

3.65 avg rating — 776 ratings — published 2015 — 9 editions
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“It’s real easy. All you have to do is love him.”
Marie Marquardt, The Radius of Us

“I have this strange feeling that we're both on our way to someplace better.”
Marie Marquardt, The Radius of Us

“And maybe one day soon, there will be more. But for now this is what we are.”
Marie Marquardt, The Radius of Us

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“I have this strange feeling that we're both on our way to someplace better.”
Marie Marquardt, The Radius of Us

“When he's with me, we are both here. Right here.”
Marie Marquardt, The Radius of Us

“No lookin' back.... You just do the right thing now.”
Marie Marquardt, The Radius of Us

“And maybe one day soon, there will be more. But for now this is what we are.”
Marie Marquardt, The Radius of Us

“It’s real easy. All you have to do is love him.”
Marie Marquardt, The Radius of Us




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