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For Every One by Jason Reynolds Emily May's review of For Every One by Jason Reynolds
4622890 " I saw this in the Goodreads Choice Award nominations for Best Poetry and thought I'd check it out!

It's a super quick read - thirty minutes max. - but it's pretty hard-hitting without being cheesy. That's the one reason I can never get into "motivatio
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