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by Maggie Thrash, Maggie Thrash
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Leigha's Little Library
Leigha's Little Library rated it 5 years ago
This is a very important story for everybody to read! Very touching. The artwork is unusual, but I grew to like it. This is based on Maggie's real life, so I was torn if I should give it a 4 or a 5 based on how it ended. I decided it did not seem fair to give it a 4 because it ended in a way I...
Chris Blocker
Chris Blocker rated it 7 years ago
Honor Girl is a cute story, I guess. It's also painfully juvenile. Supposedly, this is a memoir, but there are things about the story that really seem a reach. For instance (and all this is established early on, so I'm not spoiling much), Maggie suddenly decides she's a lesbian, admits to it with ha...
I'm Reading Comeeks
I'm Reading Comeeks rated it 7 years ago
Maggie Thrash writes about a summer at camp in this graphic memoir about coming-of-age, self discovery and romantic disappointment. Honor Girl starts out with 15-year old Maggie Thrash returning to Camp Bellflower. While camp starts out just the same as ever, same crazy fun roommates, same hyjink...
Blogging Between the Lines
Blogging Between the Lines rated it 8 years ago
A touching memoir that every teen will be able to relate to, HONOR GIRL is the story of Maggie's most special summer at Camp Bellflower for Girls. Maggie's always been just another girl at camp, one who's just a little more into Backstreet Boys than anyone else and doesn't really like group activiti...
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