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Openly Straight - Bill Konigsberg
Openly Straight
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Bill Konigsberg,Hardcover, English-language edition,Pub by Scholastic, Inc.
Bill Konigsberg,Hardcover, English-language edition,Pub by Scholastic, Inc.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780545509893 (0545509890)
ASIN: 545509890
Publisher: Arthur A. Levine Books
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
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Skinny Dipping Into Books
Skinny Dipping Into Books rated it
2.0 oh sad fail
Spoiler-ish note: the following discusses what happens to Rafe and Ben. As a middle schooler Rafe was out to his family, friends, and the entire community. His mother, stereotypically overbearing and insanely well adjusted to her son’s sexuality, Boudia-ed off her old life and into the life of a g...
The Symmetrical Bookworm
The Symmetrical Bookworm rated it
Wow, this was awesome!I've said it before (many times), and I'll say it again; Characters are very important to me. And Openly Straight has some good ones. I really like Rafe; he's funny and relatable and overall a very developed protagonist. I also like Rafe's friends Toby and Albie, and Ben. And C...
Lenaribka rated it
5.0 Openly Straight
Dear friends,Look at the list of literary awards this book has been honoured with:Sid Fleischman Humor Award (2014)Lambda Literary Award Nominee (2014)Amelia Elizabeth Walden Award (ALAN/NCTE) Nominee (2014)American Library Association Rainbow List (2014)Texas Library Association's Tayshas List (Top...
nicollzg rated it
3.0 A Few Issues with Openly Straight
I liked parts of this book, but as a whole it simply did not work for me. I liked Rafe and his crazy parents, I liked Albie. I liked the writing and the humour and I really enjoyed the way Rafe tried to reinvent himself. The biggest problem with Openly Straight is that it’s neither flaky nor seriou...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it
4.5 Openly Straight
Everyone wears labels, we pick them out ourselves and wear them proudly or others slap them on us, grouping us together to make their world more comfortable. There’s labels based on everything imaginable and the list gets longer as our society gets more diverse: race, sex, hobbies, culture, and phys...
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