Monthly Archives: April 2016

Rickshaw Girl

Rickshaw Girl by Mitali Perkins When I first read Rickshaw Girl years ago, I loved it for the message it sent: that there is something intrinsically valuable in being a girl and that it is possible for girls to achieve … Continue reading

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Honor Girl

Honor Girl: A Graphic Memoir by Maggie Thrash Maggie Thrash is not afraid to bring on the awkward in her graphic memoir, Honor Girl. ┬áThere is so much angst here, as there should be when you have a fifteen year … Continue reading

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Girls! Girls! Girls!

It is a terribly common thing to publish a book with the word girl in the title. ┬áMany of these books are actually adult books about women, in which case the word girl grates a bit. But around these parts, … Continue reading

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