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American Street
American Street | Ibi Zoboi
American Street is an evocative and powerful coming-of-age story perfect for fans of Everything, Everything; Bone Gap; and All American Boys. In this stunning debut novel, Pushcart-nominated author Ibi Zoboi draws on her own experience as a young Haitian immigrant, infusing this lyrical exploration of America with magical realism and vodou culture. On the corner of American Street and Joy Road, Fabiola Toussaint thought she would finally find une belle vie—a good life. But after they leave Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Fabiola’s mother is detained by U.S. immigration, leaving Fabiola to navigate her loud American cousins, Chantal, Donna, and Princess; the grittiness of Detroit’s west side; a new school; and a surprising romance, all on her own. Just as she finds her footing in this strange new world, a dangerous proposition presents itself, and Fabiola soon realizes that freedom comes at a cost. Trapped at the crossroads of an impossible choice, will she pay the price for the American dream?
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hwheaties
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I LOVED the voice of Fabiola in this book, and the realness of the story and situation, as heartbreaking as it is.

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LoverofLit
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Coming of age, immigrant stories are some of my favorites to read. Add in an amazing narrator and some truly phenomenal writing and it's a winner. This book packed an emotional punch. I loved Fabiola and all the other side characters, including her three cousins. A little longer than I thought it needed to be and a short stop ending that felt a smidge abrupt but still so amazing, I gave it 4 and a half stars.

LoverofLit #ReadingWomenChallenge A book featuring a religion other than your own 3mo
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Mitch
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What a gorgeous Monday - the suns out and the postman brought me a wonderful gift from @ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled

Thank you sooooo much. Surprise treats are the best ❤️❤️❤️❤️#littensrock

Annl Beautiful cover! 4mo
Mitch @Annl it‘s lovely isn‘t it xxx 4mo
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled Yay! ❤️❤️❤️ 4mo
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glitterkitty459
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This audiobook was fantastic!! The same narrator as Binti- which I loved. 🎧

I will say the ending left me a little confused...
#audiobook #ya #contemporary

riversong153 I read this a couple of weeks ago. What confused you at the end? 4mo
glitterkitty459 @riversong153 I guess my questions were like, where are they moving to? And also are they finally getting Fabiola's mom?! (I think I've probably forgotten some ) Where will they go next? Maybe we need a sequel 😁 4mo
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riversong153
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I love coming of age stories, especially when it focuses on young immigrants. This book gets ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️. I felt drawn into the neighborhood and the relationships between the characters. A little bit of a tear jerker, but well worth the read. Thanks to @LeshaMac for this pick! #blitsy

Melissa_J I bought this one recently after reading Pride. Have you read that one? 4mo
riversong153 @Melissa_J I haven‘t, was it good? 4mo
Melissa_J I thought so, it‘s a modern-day adaptation of Pride & Prejudice that takes place in Brooklyn 4mo
LeshaMac @riversong153 I'm glad you enjoyed it!💜💜 I have it on my tbr 4mo
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razmanda
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Really compelling, really heartbreaking story about a Haitian immigrant who comes to the US to live with her aunt and cousins only to be separated from her mother. The lengths she goes to in order to “save” her mother and reunite her family have devastating consequences but the narrative voice convinced the reader that they‘d do the same. The audiobook is especially well-produced.

Christine Agreed - loved this audiobook! 4mo
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Deborah42
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Born in America and raised in Haiti, Fabiola and her mother return to Detroit to care for her Aunt Jo. Fabiola is allowed in, but her mother is detained. Fabiola goes on to her aunt‘s house, where she reconnects with her three street-savvy cousins, even as culture-shock hits hard. Life in the little house on the corner of American Street is gritty and Fabiola faces tough choices. She also brings the magic of Haitian Vodou to her new home.

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riversong153
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And the t-shirt deserves it‘s the own post! Thanks soo much @LeshaMac I 💜💜 it. I‘m guessing you made the shirt or the magnet! Am I right? #BlitsyHistoryMonth #BHMSwap #BHM

Liatrek Love that shirt 😊 will need to hunt that one down for myself ❤️ 5mo
LeshaMac @riversong153 🤗🤗💖💖💖 I'm soooo happy you love it! Yes, I made the shirt, but not the magnet. You got me cheesing super hard 😂. @Chelleo thanks cousin you really do rock💖 @Liatrek just let me know😊 5mo
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riversong153 @LeshaMac I‘m cheesing to lol! I‘m so excited to wear this tomorrow! 5mo
LeshaMac @riversong153 😂😂👍🏽 rock that s**t! ✊🏾 5mo
riversong153 @Chelleo when are you unboxing?! 5mo
Chelleo @riversong153 Not until I get home today 😩😫😟I went to bed early and mornings are a circus so I‘ll have to live vicariously through everyone else for the time being! 5mo
hermyknee This is amazing!!! So cool! 5mo
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hjreviews
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⭐️4/5 I have yet to have an experience with audiobooks that I loved this much. The story line—while cringe worthy at times—was good. I was surprised by the ending and didn‘t lose focus like I tend to when listening (also why I don‘t do movies).

Please leave more audiobook recommendations for me!

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hjreviews
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Almost 5 hours done and a clean house ✅

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hjreviews
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Giving an audiobook a try today while I clean. I find audiobooks are a hit or miss with me based entirely on the narrator. Anyone have any good suggestions I should give a try?

ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled I loved Trevor Noah‘s memoir on audio - He reads it himself! 5mo
emtobiasz One of my favorites is Kobna Holbrook-Smith, who reads the Rivers of London series by Ben Aaronovitch. First book is 5mo
Thousand-Lives I enjoyed The Good House by Ann Leary on audio. The narrator goes a great job. 5mo
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UnabridgedPod
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I cannot tell you how much of an Ibi Zoboi fan I am, after reading American Street and Pride. Check out our latest Unabridged highlights episode focusing on these two works. We debate the merits of Pride and Prejudice, dive (spoiler-free) into both novels, and then delve deeper (with spoilers!) into American Street.

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TheNextBook
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This book really started to pick up to me after the first 100 pages. Thats when I really got into the swing of things. I found the story as a whole enjoyable but the only character I actually enjoyed was Fabiola, her cousins got on my nerve even though all of them were well developed. I loved that this story highlighted what it is like making such a huge adjustment moving to the US trying to navigate social norms

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TheNextBook
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I‘ve had this on my TBR shelf for sometime. I was even able to get a signed at an event a few weeks back. Really glad to finally get started on. So far it‘s interesting. #readBlackwomen

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sammisho
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So, so, so, so good. Zoboi wrote a story that felt so real and authentic. I was very surprised by the ending, and did not see that coming. While I wished the book would have ended it differently, it was well done and meaningful.
#blitsy
#readingwomen book borrowed in 2019

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sammisho
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This book is breaking my heart. 😭😭😭

Readergrrl I read this last summer and loved it so much. Actually, I listened on Audible and the narrator was magnificent! ❤️❤️❤️ 5mo
sammisho @Readergrrl I did the audio too and I agree! 5mo
Readergrrl @sammisho I think it made all the difference for me. 5mo
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EleniKara
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I really enjoyed this listen. I loved the growing dynamic between Fabiola and her cousins as well as the glimpses into Haitian Culture. From a story standpoint I did have some issues with the narrative, particularly the intense shift with the ending climatic sequence. And the themes and messages the book seemed to try and portray didn‘t pack as much of a punch, some plot lines should‘ve been focused more on. But still, I‘ll give it a pick ☺️

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ErikaReadsEverything
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I loved this book. It‘s a beautiful novel written from an important perspective. All I can say is read it, enjoy it, and fall in love with Fabiola like I did. 💕

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Andrea313
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I have a hard time reading books that are set in #mytown. Detroit is easily misunderstood and has been a punching bag in a lot of pop culture portrayals, so I can get my hackles up pretty quick. I didn't love everything about the Detroit of Zoboi's imagination, but I did love Fabiola, the main character, so, so much. Bonus that the intersection of Joy Road and American Street is a real one, and only a few miles from where I stay. #ANewChapter

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UnabridgedPod
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OMG, this book is gorgeous. The perfect inclusion of magical realism, the gorgeous immigrant story, the romance, the family. Zoboi has packed in SO. Much. And it's just lovely. The twists are ample but believable, and the story of Fabiola's need immediately to integrate and then gradually to truly belong is moving and heartbreaking. Loved it! I cannot wait to talk about it on @unabridgedpod.⠀

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Chittavrtti
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BookaholicNatty
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Book #3 in the 2019 Senior Reading Olympics Must Read Booklist. This is a story of a girl named Fabiola who comes to the U.S. from Haiti. The journey she makes and the troubles she comes across when her mother is detained at the airport before they arrive. She discovers that the freedom she thought she would find in the US will come with a price. I haven‘t read this but look forward to. A story that definitely needs to be heard in today‘s world!

suzisteffen I think about this book often. Very good, sad, hard. 6mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Pretty pic 💛💛💛 6mo
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Karisa
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Enjoying Zoboi's beautiful descriptions and touches of magical realism so much. Fabiola's journey from Port-au-Prince to a new life in Detroit is filled with so many interesting characters (some multi-layered, some not).

Great read so far! Check it out--especially if you loved The Hate You Give.

suzisteffen 😍 this book 6mo
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bookandcat
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Can't say enough good things about this awesome YA book. 5 🌟 for sure for this story of an American-born, Haitian raised teen who returns to Detroit to live with her cousins in her junior year of high school. Each character rings true and the dialogue is crackling with spunk and ferocity and heartache. Fans of The Hate U Give, The Coldest Winter Ever, or Edwidge Dandicat will love this. This book sparkles.
Book 3 of 2019. #litsyatoz (Z for Zoboi)

bookandcat #mmdchallenge (book I've been meaning to read), #popsugarreadingchallenge (an #ownvoices book - advanced prompt!), #readingwomenchallenge (featuring a religion - in this case, Vodou - other than my own) 6mo
BookInMyHands This is also an amazing audiobook read by the always stellar Robin Miles. She slips between Detroit and Haitian Creole accents so seamlessly! 6mo
BookishMarginalia 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 6mo
bookandcat @BookInMyHands that sounds incredible! I can't even talk in a Southern accent or anything else for longer than a sentence or two before I slip by accident. Can't imagine trying to swap back and forth mid paragraph between two accents! 6mo
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DebinHawaii
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I realized after I posted my "Pride" review that I never reviewed the first book I read/listened to by Ibi Zoboi. Darker than "Pride" it's the story of Fabiola who arrives to the US with her mother from Haiti on their way to live with her aunt & cousins in Detroit. Her mother is detained & sent to an immigration center leaving Fabiola reeling. I liked the characters & Fabiola's determination as & narrator Robin Miles's delivery of the story.

CoffeeNBooks Great book! 7mo
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Hestapleton
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I wasn‘t expecting to like this much because I didn‘t care for Zoboi‘s latest book PRIDE. Unlike PRIDE, this book is vibrant, full of life, heart ache, and struggle. The intense emotions in this story are palpable. The light touches of magical realism in a place like Detroit act like a guiding star for Fabiola and for the reader. So so so good. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
#newyearwhodis

Victoriahoperose So glad you liked it!!! 7mo
monalyisha OOooO! I‘ve seen this title gathering praise but I didn‘t know much about it. This helps! Definitely going on my TBR. Glad your first #NewYearWhoDis read was a good one! 7mo
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Hestapleton
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Literally me all day, except surrounded by books and in pajamas. It‘s the last quiet weekend before the whirlwind of socializing for Christmas and New Years so I plan on not moving from this spot all. weekend. long.
What are your weekend plans, Littens?

Chrissyreadit Cleaning, decorating, reading! Enjoy your day!! 7mo
Lindy Return books to the library, print a bunch of copies of a new linocut, decorate a Nutcracker-theme cake, attend a carolling party. It‘s an audiobook kind of day for me. 😊 7mo
ReadingSusan I am going to see my Grandma today and have a four year olds birthday party so not much reading time 😭 (edited) 7mo
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jillannjohn More shopping! 🎅🏻😩 7mo
Slajaunie Enjoy!! 7mo
Hestapleton @Chrissyreadit cleaning is gross but decorating and reading sounds so fun! 7mo
Hestapleton @Lindy thank God for audiobooks on busy days!!! 7mo
Hestapleton @ReadingSusan aww that‘s a bummer. At least you get to see people you love and kids are pretty cute! 7mo
Hestapleton @jillannjohn GOD SPEED BRAVE SOUL. 7mo
Hestapleton @Slajaunie thank you! 7mo
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MaureenMc
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Interesting tale of a Haitian teen trying to find her way in Detroit with her aunt and cousins. There‘s a touch of magical realism I wasn‘t expecting, and it‘s quite violent. Well-written, but not quite what I was in the mood for. Still interested in reading her new book, a Pride and Prejudice retelling.

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Foxyfictionista
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🗽🗽🗽🗽🗽 Sometimes I have a difficult time connecting with contemporary YA because I'm a golden oldie and am so far removed from high school that I couldn't even imagine what it's like to be a teenager these days. But I really enjoyed this book despite it being for a younger audience.

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DebinHawaii
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I have been using my commute to finish up work with mainland clients & talk to friends but today I finally got 40 minutes of this library audiobook in with Libby on my phone. Good so far. 👍👍

I'm pretty sure this is a #blameitonlitsy pick, but it's been several months since I recommended it to my library & they purchased it so I don't know who to thank for the recommendation. 🤔

Suzze I think I need to write down which Litten recommends a book I later read. I hate that I can never remember. 10mo
DebinHawaii @Suzze I was just thinking that same thing! 😉 10mo
Larkken Nice! I just stacked this author's pride and prejudice redo 👍 10mo
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MandaMT
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This book is a departure from many of it‘s YA contemporaries. The characters in here are not all squeaky clean. There‘s a lot about the complexities of loving imperfect people whose choices are based on survival.

RaimeyGallant Nice review. 10mo
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MandaMT
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From the Author‘s Note

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AndreaReads
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This was my first read for my school‘s #DiverseReads challenge, and it did not disappoint. This is the story of Fabiola as she leaves her home country of Haiti to pursue a bright future in America. However within minutes of stepping on American soil her plans are turned upside down. This story is magical, charming, heartbreaking, with a rawness that seems to embody modern YA lit. American Street was a great start to our challenge!

TheWordJar Ooh, I just got this as an Amazon Kindle deal today for $1.99! Can‘t wait to read it! 10mo
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Carleneishere
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Loving the cover and the title. The story is an engaging one about the disconnect between Americas shiny reputation that immigrants dream about, the reality for many.

Mitch That‘s is a great cover image ❤️ 11mo
Reviewsbylola I love this cover too! 11mo
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Ashley_Nicoletto
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Coming into this week with a new audiobook.

Has anyone read this one?

MaggieCarr Yes, It's sobering. Using leverage against her to be reconnected with her mom. 12mo
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staci.reads
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The story of Fabiola, a young Haitian girl separated from her mother by immigration officials upon entering the country, is beautifully told. She struggles to find her place with her American cousins and in the city of Detroit. The author does not shy away from issues of abuse, drugs, and violence. The elements of magical realism give it an added depth. #YAL

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Readergrrl
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I listened to this novel on Audible and am so glad that I did! I don‘t think I would have had the same reaction if I read it in my own plain New England accent. The story started a bit predictably but then blossomed as Fabiola/Fabulous began to grow into her role as the 4th “B”. I admit that I became choked up at the end and found myself surprised at the conclusion. Not as predictable as I had originally thought! Excellent YA novel!!!

CoffeeNBooks I thought this book was great! I bought a copy of it for my classroom library. 12mo
Readergrrl This will be one I will be suggesting highly to my students too!! 12mo
staci.reads Reading it right now. About 60 pages in. 12mo
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Kathrin
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I wanted to read this book ever since I first saw the cover in the library. One year later I ended up with the audio book and really enjoyed the performance of the narrator. As for the story itself, I was torn. My main beef is the lack of focus in the story. There is just too much going on and it feels like the author wanted to touch on every potential issue. Overall it's a solid story and it's age appropriate.

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Lilythereader
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Only a hundred pages in, but I must say... it's a must read for any reader!! When I first ordered American Street, I must say it was an accident (I forget to take it out of the cart), but now I'm so happy I didn't. It touches on dreams of an immigrant girl from Haiti, who is separated from her mother upon arriving to America. She finds love and hate and destruction, but most of all she finds what we all need a little more of.. hope.

CoffeeNBooks I read this last month- such a great book, and I'm definitely going to add it to my classroom library. 13mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Welcome to Litsy 👍📚 12mo
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CoffeeNBooks
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I finished reading this today, and OMG! I don't want to give anything away, so just wow! It certainly didn't end like I expected. I loved that interspersed among the chapters were short chapters with each character's back story. #ya #TeachersofLitsy #EnglishTeacher #LibraryLove #BookLove

MirrorMask Thanks for the recommendation!!! 1y
Herschelian Straight on to my TBR list; thanks! (edited) 1y
dragondrool I really like the cover of this book. 1y
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Cinfhen
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#GetMovin I was watching a book tuber yesterday who was doing “if you like this” then you‘ll want #somethinglikethis to read next...of course ALL of her books were YA fantasy except for this comparison. She said fans of THUG would LOVE the tagged book...Has anyone read Zoboi‘s book?? Is it similar to THUG?? I‘m curious so I‘ve put in a library request 🤓

Cinfhen I tried to find the link on YouTube but I couldn‘t remember the girl‘s name...sorry 🤭 1y
BarbaraBB My daughter just read THUG and loved it, so she will be thrilled when I give her this suggestion. Thanks 😘 1y
TrishB I already had this stacked but can‘t remember who from!! 1y
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Kalalalatja Considering I loved THUG I should probably stack this 😄 1y
mrp27 It's been on my tbr but haven't read it. 1y
Cinfhen Hope I‘m passing on good information @BarbaraBB @Kalalalatja @TrishB @mrp27 but the book cover is pretty fantastic 😍 1y
Itchyfeetreader Sounds really interesting 1y
jwashreads It is fantastic and the recommendation is absolutely accurate! I listened to it last year and I was so wrapped up in it. It was intense! 1y
Cinfhen Yay!!! Thanks for the feedback @jwashreads 😄 I don‘t read too much YA but I raced through THUG so I‘m looking forward to to this book @Itchyfeetreader 1y
CoffeeNBooks I just started reading American Street yesterday! 1y
Cinfhen And..... what‘s your early thoughts @CoffeeNBooks ??? 1y
CoffeeNBooks @Cinfhen I've only read the 1st chapter- I'm reading it at work during lunch- but I like it so far! My school librarian gave it to me as a possible book to add to my curriculum for next year. 1y
TracyReadsBooks I really liked American Street—a sometimes tough read but a well-written, gritty contemporary story that is extremely relevant today. My big readers at school have all really enjoyed it as well. Definitely worth a look—and I don‘t think you have to love YA to appreciate & enjoy this book. 1y
Reviewsbylola The acronym THUG threw me through a loop for a second. 😅 (edited) 1y
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Caterina
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Y'all, I can't stop reading and drinking tea. It's almost midnight and here I am, drinking my 6th cup of the day and digging into this YA novel. I'm addicted. 😂 #bookandtea

I also just found out that Ahmad Tea, my favorite brand, is expensive and hard to find in America. 😭 Here I get a box of 20 tea bags for the equivalent of $2.75! How will I survive going back to America with my new tea addiction! 😱

Buddys_Momma They have it on Amazon but certainly not for that great price.... 1y
Lcsmcat Start shipping it to friends to stock pile for you. 😀 1y
Cinfhen I don‘t think I‘ve seen this brand...I will look in my markets more closely..... 1y
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kindergartenkat
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Well, here's my halfway point (more or less)!
#ATB #24IN48

Erin7 👏👏👏 1y
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kindergartenkat
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Next up - American Street!
#ATB #24IN48

Erin7 You are just rockin‘ and rollin‘👍! Too cool! 1y
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LoLo_and_The_Dude
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Excited to start this tonight!

elizabethlk I read this one last year and really enjoyed it! 1y
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Titania
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A fiery book about life in Detroit through the eyes of an immigrant teen. I never really connected with the story and was annoyed with parts (especially the deus ex machina and quick wrap up at the end), but this could be a powerful read for the mature YA crowd.

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Johanna414
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This book was excellent! It was one of those cases where it‘s obvious the author is writing from what she knows and the characters were very authentic. I appreciated her authors note at the end.

Nina decided to try and come a little early, so I spent last night in the hospital hooked up to a million monitors while we tried to stop my contractions. Fortunately, we were successful and were able to do my version this morning. Nina is head down and

Johanna414 ready to join us sometime in the next couple weeks! But lots of sitting and waiting over the last 24 hours meant lots of reading time- I flew through this book! (edited) 1y
TommieMarie74 Nina is going to come out already knowing how to read at this rate! 1y
Johanna414 @TommieMarie74 If she likes books as much as her big brother, I will be a very happy Mama! 1y
CocoReads What a eventful day for you! Glad she‘s head down though now and hopefully the next couple weeks will be smooth sailing! 1y
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