Ava is tired of her ultracool attitude, ultraradical politics, and ultrablack clothing. She's ready to try something new—she's even ready to be someone new. Someone who fits in, someone with a gorgeous boyfriend, someone who wears pink. But Ava soon finds that changing herself is more... show more
Ava is tired of her ultracool attitude, ultraradical politics, and ultrablack clothing. She's ready to try something new—she's even ready to be someone new. Someone who fits in, someone with a gorgeous boyfriend, someone who wears pink.
But Ava soon finds that changing herself is more complicated than changing her wardrobe. Even getting involved in the school musical raises issues she never imagined. As she faces surprising choices and unforeseen consequences, Ava wonders if she will ever figure out who she really wants to be.
Pink received an American Library Association Stonewall Award Honor for exceptional merit relating to the gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender experience.
Publish date: 08-02-2011
Pages no: 310
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
Yet another book that appears to be afraid of actually using the word bisexual. This is a really frustrating trend and I wish it would stop. More to the point, the main character (Ava) seemed to be completely unaware of the existence of bisexuality. The entire book made it seem like she was the only...
nice, very and after so many bad books this was really, really nice :) i am so happy!!!! (and now to choose wisely the next book)
Clueless from Ty's perspective, PINK was a thoroughly entertaining "find yourself" teenage story. The adults portrayed are a little extreme (Ava's parents "Pat and Dave" vs. Sam's ice-queen mom), and as a straight person I can't really comment on the orientation questions, but the sheer who-do-I-li...
I really liked this. Was assigned to read it for the class discussion about GLBTQ literature in my YA genre class.What I liked best is that it's a book about a teenager who's a lesbian, and she's already come out. Now she has to navigate all kinds of universal teenage stuff about image and cliques.....
funny, SMART characters; fantastic, WITTY dialogue and just an overall FUN story. A few issues with plot and pacing, but I did end up adoring the cast and the writing and the nerdfighter-level awesome of Pink :)