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Kissing Tennessee by Kathi Appelt
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Jun 25, 2007

it was amazing
bookshelves: enlightening-poetry, all-time-favs
Recommended for: If you like small town fiction, many stories all in one, or high school dances
Read in January, 2004

One of the best books of all time! I do believe I've read this book quite a few times, and it always gets better! This novel is a collection of different people all on the same night, The Stardust Dance. You see many different persepctives and hear various stories from a girl who ran away from her strict Christian parents, to a boy questioning his sexuality, and a girl who's always had a crush on the same boy since grade school. It is endearing and touching, hearing so many naive and beautiful stories entertwined together. Each story is unique and is amazingly written, all given equal thought and time. The character's are the best part! Very highly reccommended!

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