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Does My Head Look Big in This? - Randa Abdel-Fattah
Does My Head Look Big in This?
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B004G606N0
Publisher: Pan Australia
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
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FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it
3.0
While this book is far from perfect, I appreciate what the author attempted to do. In the book, a teenager fights against ignorance and stereotypes regarding Islam and Muslim identity. Facing issues such as mistaken oppression, the freedom of choice, and flat-out racism, I think this was a good star...
DubaiReader
DubaiReader rated it
3.5 Shall I wear the hijab to school?
This book started out rather slowly, with Amal writing lists of why she should, or should not, commit to wearing the hijab to school. Her endless agonising about it was starting to get on my nerves. However, once she decided to go ahead with it and came face to face with all the issues it raised, th...
Out of the Blue
Out of the Blue rated it
It hit me as I was power walking on the treadmill at home, watching a Friends rerun for about the ninetieth time.It's that scene where Jennifer Aniston is dressed in a hideous bridesmaid's outfit at her ex's wedding. Everyone's making fun of her and she wants to run away and hide. Then she suddenly ...
Malin
Malin rated it
3.5 starsAmal is sixteen, and about to start her second year as the only Muslim at a posh private high school, when she has an epiphany while watching Friends.She decides to start wearing the hibab full time, fully aware that this will attract all sorts of attention, and that it may be the most popu...
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it
4.0 Does My Head Look Big in This?
I'm really liking this so far, but the copy I've got has definitely been Americanized, and I'm finding it pretty distracting. This book is pretty great. I'm not Muslim or Palestinian or Australian, but I definitely relate to Amal. I like that the book addresses issues of race and religion, but the s...
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