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I tried to remember how people found things out before the Internet existed. They had to have questions, after all, and they couldn't always ask their parents. Or teachers. Or librarians.
Librarians! Librarians always know how to find out things. That was their job even before the internet.
Kelly has been in Corvallis for about five minutes, and she's already spreading the zine gospel to the good people of Benton County, Oregon.
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Hernández recounts childhood, coming-of-age, coming out, and coming to terms with her family. Like other child-of-immigrants stories, this one is about a child set up to leave her family behind.
When you love the first book of a trilogy, but by the last you're meh.
(Aside: How much of this book--nay, my life--have I spent "trying not to cry"? When I think of the wasted effort!)
When we meet Sophie Winters she's in rehab against her will and has survived a life-threatening car accident, addiction to painkillers related to the life-threatening car accident, and the murder of her best friend.
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