There are three books out this month that have all given me the WOW factor. I have been lucky enough to read the e-arcs on Netgalley and review them all, so I wanted to share a special highlight post to give them the attention they deserve!
Discover what it means to be a young transgender or non-binary person in the twenty-first century in this frank and funny guide for 14+ teens. '...informative, helpful, optimistic, and funny but with a good dose of reality and some of the things that can downright suck too. I love this about Juno, she is HONEST, kind and supportive.' Out 18th Feb! Waterstones Amazon Find my full review here.
Becky and Josh both want their parents to be proud of them...but right now, they're struggling to even accept themselves. 'Many elements are addressed in the story, from LGBTQ+ rights, religion, friendships, coming out, relationships, being donor-conceived, internet safety, opposition, and hateful views. But, they are all done so, so well!' Out 4th Feb! Waterstones Amazon Find my full review here.
Things aren't going great for Archie Albright. His dad's acting weird, his mum too, and all he wants is for everything to go back to normal, to three months before when his parents were happy and still lived together. 'Perfectly written for a middle grade audience in a way they can not only understand and empathise, but feel reassured and positive if they see elements of themselves reflected in the characters.' Out 4th Feb! Waterstones Amazon Find my full review here.