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- List: Best Fiction for Young Adults
- List: Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers
- List: Rainbow Book List - Young Adult Fiction
Hazel should have known better than to make a deal with the fairies of the forest for her brother Ben's talent, but it's too late. The long-sleeping horned boy—the unrequited love of both siblings—has broken out of his glass box, and the Fae have come to exact their price.
A drag competition offers JT the opportunity to break out of his small-town Florida life and live his dream onstage in wig, heels, and false eyelashes.
Solomon Reed hasn't stepped out of his house in three years; Lisa Praytor wants nothing more than to leave their town. Solomon may be her ticket out.
When Amanda moves to Lambertville, Kentucky after a string of bullying incidents led her to attempt suicide all she wants is to lead a normal life, make friends, and generally be happy for once. All of this seems possible until she meets Grant, who causes her to let down the walls around her heart. But the problem is that Amanda's past is haunting her. And in her past, she wasn't Amanda, she was Andrew.
- Best Fiction for Young Adults 2017, Mike Morgan & Larry Romans Children's & Young Adult Literature Award 2017, Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers 2017, Rainbow Book List - Young Adult Fiction 2017, Stonewall Honor Books in Children's and Young Adult Literature 2017, Teens' Top Ten 2017
- ISBN: 9781250078407
Is Riley Cavanaugh a boy or a girl? The answer is yes. In this ground-breaking exploration of what it's like to be a gender fluid teen, Riley grapples with self-identity, balancing that identity with family expectations, and standing up to bullies.