Faking Normal

Faking Normal

Book - 2014
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Alexi Littrell hasn't told anyone what happened to her over the summer. When Bodee Lennox, the quiet and awkward boy next door, comes to live with the Littrells, Alexi discovers an unlikely friend in "the Kool-Aid Kid," who has secrets of his own. As they lean on each other for support, Alexi gives him the strength to deal with his past, and Bodee helps her find the courage to finally face the truth
Publisher: New York, NY : HarperTeen, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2014]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780062245380
0062245384
Characteristics: 321 pages ; 22 cm

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Tristen
Jul 22, 2016

thought it was an amazing book.I read in one long read.i really felt what Alexi was feeling.this book truly inspired to want to help people with the same definitively page turner and i recommend this book to all teens

JCLMeganB Feb 16, 2016

Faking Normal is a beautiful problem novel. Stevens writes modern, realistic YA lit with a voice that is at once genuine and wise. This is a book that has the potential to help victims of sexual assault find their voice. Highly recommended, and a must-read for teen-aged girls.

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juhliahm
May 21, 2015

loved this book even named my car Lennox :) hope she makes more like these. I felt very inspired about how they went about the struggles and made me want to do something like that for someone else or write books like these.

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abookworrm2
Jul 10, 2014

really good book but when u start u kind of get lost but when you read more its intresting and it teaches a lot of lessons. its good for people who want to read something diffrent than normal teen fic.

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katrinka28
May 30, 2014

Full disclosure, Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson is one of my favorite books of all time. I read it at a time when things like rape were not discussed in Young Adult literature...ever. I was unique and fresh and raw and sad and it touched something in me that I think is inherent in all young girls, the pain, fear and self-loathing of just being young. Courtney C. Stevens' Faking Normal reminds me that these types of contemporary stories written by women for the young adult crowd are still relevant and still very much needed. I am glad that the market is still open and that girls still have the opportunity to read these stories (even though it does make me sad that they are still necessary). I have read this story before, but that does not mean that my students have and I will be glad to share this with those who still need it.

Recommended for: fans of contemporary YA, you like Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak (and if you have not read this novel, go out and get it NOW), romance, girls who find their voices, if you are searching for your own

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