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Hannahhh7
I'll Give You the Sun | Jandy Nelson
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I'll Give You the Sun is a fiction novel published in 2014. It is written by Jandy Nelson. This book follows two twins, Jude and Noah. They were first inseparable but years later, they are barely speaking. The story switches between both their points of view. It has won many awards including the Printz Award, Bank Street's 2015 Josette Frank Award, the Rainbow List Top Ten 2015, and YALSA Top Ten Best Fiction for Young Adults.

Hannahhh7 It was also a 2015 Stonewall Honor Book. now
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violabrain
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Oh my heart!! ❤️❤️ This book made me laugh and it made me cry. It‘s absolutely adorable and heartwarming and deep and important. I loved every second of it!

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WriterAtHeart
A Marvellous Light | Freya Marske
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I wasn't really in the mood for the steaminess this go around, but I did enjoy the overall storyline. The characters were cute and I liked the magical system. Overall, I give this book 3 of 5 stars.

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ShelleyBooksie
Heartstopper | Alice Oseman
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I'm sad I waited so long to discover Nick and Charlie. I just want to hug them both. What wonderful books. I'm so happy that lbgtq+ positive material like this is it there. Although the *f* word is used numerous times, I'll be sharing this one with my tween- the message is so good.

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oliviascrimo
King and King | Linda de Haan

March 1st, 2003
This book is all about a king trying to find his queen. After meeting all these potential women to be his queen, the king decided that he likes one of the women‘s brothers better. He decides that he would be happier marrying him, so that is what he does.

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Victoriahoperose
Under the Rainbow | Celia Laskey
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This was definitely not what I expected, but it was excellent and a book I think everyone should read. It really shows a side to the struggles of the LGBTQ community that is dark, but important to see. Each chapter was a different character and perspective and I thought this was done perfectly. I was hoping for more at the end. It felt a little rushed, but overall, I thought this was really well written and interesting.

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VioletMoonBooks
We Set the Dark on Fire | Tehlor Kay Mejia
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Addie0822
Fat Angie | e. E Charlton-Trujillo
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Author: E.E. Charlton- Trujillo
Published: March 2013
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Awards: Stonewall Book Award
High school freshman Angie sees herself the way everyone else does, as “Fat Angie,” until KC Romance, “a model kind of beauty beneath the bad-girl garb,” breezes into her small, conservative Ohio town. Angie is relentlessly bullied at school, as well as belittled by her mother and adopted younger brother.

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StellaDz
Tales of the City (Revised) | Armistead Maupin
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I am cutting it close on finishing my audiobooks backlog, but it might be possible. Tagged book is up next! #currentlylistening

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JuliaTheBookNerd
A Marvellous Light | Freya Marske
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#Lights 💡💡 #DivineDecember 🎄❄️🎁

#BookNerd 🤓📚💙

Eggs Perfect 🤩 14h
RainyDayReading This is one of my favorites for this year! 🖤 13h
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awesome cover 💗🖤 5h
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