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Read It: A Mango-Shaped Space

Even though I saw the set-up for the sad part waaaay off, I still cried my eyes out! It worked (I think) because the main character didn’t see it until she was in the moment, and I experienced it along with her.

I’ve always been drawn to books about people who don’t fit in– and this was a great one for that. Even though our heroine is the official “weird” one, the author does a nice job of highlighting everyone’s weirdness without being heavy-handed.

I recommend it for:

  1. Artists

  2. Kids in small towns

  3. Cat lovers

  4. Anyone who feels both ashamed and proud of being weird (see #4 on the Enneagram)

Enjoy!

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