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How Beautiful the Ordinary

Twelve Stories of Identity
(Book - 2009 )
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
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Presents twelve stories by contemporary, award-winning young adult authors, some presented in graphic or letter format, which explore themes of gender identity, love, and sexuality.
Title: How beautiful the ordinary
twelve stories of identity
Publisher: New York : HarperTeen, 2009
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 350 p. ;,19 cm
Statement of Responsibility: edited by Michael Cart
Notes: "The Bowen Press."
Contents: A world from the nearly distant past / David Levithan
Happily ever after / Eric Shanower
My life as a dog / Ron Koertge
Trev / Jacqueline Woodson
My virtual world / Francesca Lia Block
A dark red love-knot / Margo Lanagan
Fingernail / William Sleator
San Francisco Dyke March / Ariel Schrag
The missing person / Jennifer Finney Boylan
First time / Julie Anne Peters
Dear Lang / Emma Donoghue
The Silk Road runs through Tupperneck, N.H. / Gregory Maguire
Summary: Presents twelve stories by contemporary, award-winning young adult authors, some presented in graphic or letter format, which explore themes of gender identity, love, and sexuality.
Additional Contributors: Cart, Michael
ISBN: 0061155004
9780061155000
0061154989
9780061154980
Branch Call Number: y HOW 2009
Subject Headings: Sex Juvenile fiction Homosexuality Juvenile fiction Sexual orientation Juvenile fiction Gender identity Juvenile fiction Short stories, American
Genre/Form: Love stories
Topical Term: Sex
Homosexuality
Sexual orientation
Gender identity
Short stories, American
LCCN: 2008051769
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These stories, written in a variety of formats, explore gender, love and sexuality.

Presents twelve stories by contemporary, award-winning young adult authors, some presented in graphic or letter format, which explore themes of gender identity, love, and sexuality.

Presents twelve stories by contemporary, award-winning young adult authors, some presented in graphic or letter format, which explore themes of gender identity, love, and sexuality.


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cheers keiths girl.......that's hi;larious.........this book has one or two good and some very...twisted stories....lol

Jul 06, 2010
  • Keithsgirl2215 rated this: 1 stars out of 5.

I was very diappointed in the book. I was expecting it to be stories that were interesting and heart warming but I found the stories very weird and I did not enjoy it at all.

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