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This is on Common Core's "exemplar texts" for 14 year olds. They start with Kindergartners, asking them, "Are you happy you were born a girl? (a boy? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shellshock
Lainey's former best friend is dead and she feels responsible. She deconstructs the often abusive relationship through "lessons" learned from the seven... Read more
When Laine’s mother tells her that Leah Greene is dead, she can’t help but feel that it’s a little bit her fault. After all, she did wish for it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kimberly Hirsh
Reading "Lessons from a Dead Girl" made me remember that abuse survivors come in many forms and that abuse can come in any size and gender. Read morePublished 8 months ago by katie b
This was one that I really enjoyed. It was a good read. Not exactly cheerful, but, I couldn't put it down. Worth your time to read.Published 8 months ago by Shannon L Springer
This book is a relatable book for anyone who has been abused. Mentally or physically.
I liked it a lot. One of my favorites.
I borrowed this book from a friend, she said she liked it so I thought I'll give it a shot. Do not buy this book! Just don't! It's not worth the money! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ashley McMillan
Lessons from a Dead Girl could have been an amazing story. Instead, the book missed the mark and it felt like wasted potential to me. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kayla Harrison