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Girls Who Wear Pink 

Becky Miller spent her whole life following the rules and planning her prom night. She never fought with her friends, never got in trouble, and she certainly never skipped school. Until the day she met Jeff.

When Becky took a bathroom break in the middle of math class, she wasn’t expecting to find Jeff and his brother Larry (accidentally) hanging out in the girls’ bathroom and she certainly wasn’t expecting him to ask her to prom. But when word gets out that Becky’s going to prom with Jeff, her friends and her parents are determined to keep them apart.

However, Becky’s not into following the rules anymore and is determined to have her dream prom night no matter what.

Girls Who Wear Pink

Fault 

Liz is a regular teenager with a best friend who can get her into the best parties which is great until Liz gets roofied and raped one night at a party and when she starts to speak up, things get messy. When no one, including her best friend, believes her story, she finds herself absolutely alone and the target of bullies, threatening her to “stop lying.” Just as Liz is giving used to getting milk poured down her shirt and being called the school slut, mysterious letters begin appearing in her locker and Liz learns that there is more power in number s and words than she ever imagined. Told in haunting verse, Fault is a story of power and taking back control when all seems completely lost.


Fault


Thinspo 

Jenni is an average teenage girl about to graduate from high school who keeps a blog about her struggles to get a boyfriend and arguments with her best friend, Carly. But Jenni's blog is a bit different. She's a pro-ana/pro-mia blogger documenting her struggles with her eating disorder, keeping track of her weight, calorie intake and what her parents made her eat. When her best friend Carly discovers her blog, things start to blow up, only getting worse as Jenni meets Dani, who also suffers from an eating disorder. Jenni's story is tragic and sarcastic rolled into blog format and told through her posts and text messages. 



Thinspo

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