Too Bright to See

Too Bright to See

Nominiert: National Book Award Finalist, 2021, Ausgezeichnet: Stonewall Children's and Young Adult Literature Award, 2022


ab 10 J., Englisch
2022 - Penguin Random House
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A National Book Award Finalist

"A gentle, glowing wonder, full of love and understanding." The New York Times Book Review

It's the summer before middle school and eleven-year-old Bug's best friend Moira has decided the two of them need to use the next few months to prepare. For Moira, this means figuring out the right clothes to wear, learning how to put on makeup, and deciding which boys are cuter in their yearbook photos than in real life. But none of this is all that appealing to Bug, who doesn't particularly want to spend more time trying to understand how to be a girl. Besides, there's something more important to worry about: A ghost is haunting Bug's eerie old house in rural Vermont...and maybe haunting Bug in particular. As Bug begins to untangle the mystery of who this ghost is and what they're trying to say, an altogether different truth comes to light--Bug is transgender.

Lukoff, Kyle

NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST"This book is a gentle, glowing wonder, full of love and understanding, full of everything any of us would wish for our children. It will almost certainly be banned in many places, but your child almost certainly needs to read it."  The New York Times Book Review A tender portrayal of a kid who is just coming to understand who he is. TIME   This coming-of-age and coming-out story takes a needed departure from other stories about transgender youth....A chilling, suspenseful ghost story balances the intimate, introspective narrative style. Haunting and healing. Kirkus, starred review   "Smart and thought-provoking.... Through Bug s journey to self-realization and self-acceptance, and the wonderfully nuanced understanding of gender he comes to, Lukoff provides a tender rumination on grief, love, and identity." Publishers Weekly, starred review   Equal parts unsettling, heartwarming, and satisfying a nuanced and compelling exploration of gender, friendship, and family. Booklist, starred review  "Lukoff s three primary themes gender identity, grief, and ghostly hauntings work in elegant harmony despite the load. Lukoff navigates Bug s journey of identity and discovery with grace, welcoming...A hopeful examination of grief and gender, and a good ghost story to boot."  School Library Journal, starred review   Lukoff combines gothic horror vibes with a slow-building trans awakening The spooks and mysteries are an added bonus that sets this narrative apart from similar titles. BCCB   While gender identity remains prominent throughout, Lukoff also combines pitch-perfect adolescent angst, evolving friendships and spooky encounters to create a welcoming story accessible to young readers of all backgrounds. Shelf Awareness"When we talk about wanting to see a diverse range of books for kids, this is precisely what we should be thinking of.... Smart. Original. Necessary.  Betsy Bird, Fuse8  Bug s first-person, present-tense narration gives readers a close look at his sense that things don t quite fit .and his gradual understanding of why that is. The Horn Book"A much-needed book about the acceptance of a transgender boy who finds the support he needs from his family, his best friend, and eventually his friends at school."  School Library ConnectionBoston Globe Best Book of 2021TIME Best Children s Book of 2021Washington Post Best Children's Book of 2021New York Public Library Best Book for Kids of 2021 Chicago Public Library Best of the Best Book for 2021 NPR Best Book of 2021  PW Best Book of 2021Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2021Kirkus Best Book of 2021School Library Journal Best Book of 2021


Too Bright to See

Nominiert: National Book Award Finalist, 2021, Ausgezeichnet: Stonewall Children's and Young Adult Literature Award, 2022

Lukoff, Kyle

Verlag: Penguin Random House , Dial Books (2022)

Sprache: Englisch

Altersempfehlung: ab 10 J.

Kartoniert, 224 S.

8.1900 in

ISBN-13: 978-0-593-11117-8

Titelnr.: 94569640




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