THE DISTURBED GIRL'S DICTIONARY
Macy is classified as "disturbed" by her school. But she isn't interested in how others see her. She's got more pressing problems: a volatile family, law enforcement, and a best friend who isn't speaking to her.
Josh suspects Chatham, a mysterious girl searching for her runaway sister, has something to do with a kidnapping twelve years ago. But will he discover the truth in time? And does he really want to know what the truth is?
When she was three, Alena's mother died. Her half-brother raised her in East London, which is being targeted by a lone bomber. What sort of trouble is Alena willing to get into to find out the truth about her mother?
Sam is finally part of elite Edwards Academy and wants nothing more than to fit in. But when she learns the high cost of entry, will she bury the worst night of her life in order to "keep the community sacred"?
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Barnes & Noble’s BNTeen blog included The Disturbed Girl’s Dictionary and Honor Code in their “10 of Our Most Anticipated Indie YA Books of 2018” list.
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The Asian Review of Books praised Girls on the Line for its insightful look at the lives of teenage factory workers in China.
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National Book Award Finalist What Girls Are Made Of was included in the International Literacy Association’s (ILA) 2018 Young Adults’ Choices Reading List, a selection of books that “reflect themes, topics, and stories young adults value.”