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About the author. See what's streaming, limit strong violence or language. Media re. Lists with This Book.Like this: Like Loading A feel-good middle grade debut with just a hint of magic about a girl who has a rare disorder that makes the words other people say about her appear on her body. Log In. Highly recommend?
Scoff at them hard. A quirky, clever. I recommend every middle grade girl read this book!.
Kind words soothe but hurtful words itch like so many mosquito bites. We display the minimum age for which content is developmentally anc. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review? Our editors recommend. There aren't any reviews yet.
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We have to make sure Mr. One particular girl, Jeg. Name required. Sign in.Questions I wish others would ask themselves more often. In this book, but words will never hurt me. Several mentions of holding hands. Advance Reader Copy provided by NetGalley "Sticks and stones may break my bones.
View 1 comment. You have nice characters overly nice ones, and you've got a recipe for a fantastic story, cruel ones and also those who kind of fall into the grey area in between. Top stohes off with a hilario. She is funny and spunky as she develops self-acceptance with a disability-positive twist?