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Lisa Yoskowitz at Little, Brown has preempted debut author A.J. Sass's Ana on the Edge, a middle-grade novel following Ana-Marie Jin, the U.S. juvenile champion in figure skating, who must continue her winning streak to justify all the money her mother has spent on choreography and costumes. But a trans friend and a case of mistaken identity throw Ana for a loop she wasn't ...more
Expected publication: 2020 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (Hachette)

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Rebecca Gibson
Mar 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I was lucky enough to read an early copy of this book and all I'll say is DO NOT MISS IT. Not only is it an amazing book it also contains representation we desperately need to see in fiction. Keep your eyes peeled, Ana on the Edge will take the world by storm.
Kim
May 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I was lucky enough to read ANA ON THE EDGE early and this book. THIS BOOK! It's so so so so so so good and exactly what MG needs. I absolutely adored it. Ana is a great character from start to finish, I loved following along on the journey of self-discovery and identify as well as all the ice skating. PERFECT FOR FANS OF YURI ON ICE! Also perfect for fans of amazing literature.

I really couldn't recommend this book enough. I will be buying a copy for all the MG kiddos I know so they can read it w
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A.J. Sass is a fiction-writing figure skater, inclined toward adventures of a traveling nature. He is autistic, non-binary, and keen on exploring how gender identity and neurodiversity impact character narratives.

An avid figure skater, A.J. is a US Figure Skating double gold medalist in Moves in the Field and Free Skate, a silver medalist in Ice Dance, and a member of the 2018 national bronze meda
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