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    Adeptly captures the teen voice

    This book adeptly captures the teen voice, particularly how teens don't just have one maturity level, even within a single person. They can be making stupid jokes one second, but when the conversation shifts, drop all pretense and expose deep vulnerability to a trusted friend. Maybe they're blinded by early love, but their eyes are wide open to injustice and toxic viewpoints even within their own families. Frankly in Love is funny, heartfelt, honest and engaging. Offers openings to discuss race, heritage, class, sexuality, familial/cultural expectations, gun violence, racism from a variety of perspectives, and how different people have different ideas of what happiness and contentment look like. A love story, but not a romance.
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