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Sebastian Moore

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I read it as a required book in my fifth grade English class. Five years later, I’m in high school and I still recall almost every detail about this book. It gives great insight to the struggles of the children during WWII. I still have the two original copies on my shelf.

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The Children of Willesden Lane

Books | Mona Golabek

I was easily able to relate to August and his struggles being transgender. From the minor things such as which restroom to use, to the majors like coming out when you’re not ready. I’ve had to set down the book for a couple of hours due to how intense the emotions this book brings out are. It’s definitely one of my Top 10 favorites.

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Act Cool

Books | Tobly McSmith

This book is intense but an accurate view as to what our future could be (Though, of course it sounds silly since we don’t have the technology for it). I’ve had to set down this book for a few hours because of the emotions it brings out. Chapters 24 and 61 are bone-chilling, hard to pull away from, but excellently written. I haven’t finished the whole series yet but I can already say that it’s definitely a Top 5 favorite of mine.

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Unwind

Books | Neal Shusterman

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