Who Am I Without Him? ((repackage)) (Paperback)

By Sharon Flake

Jump At The Sun, 9781368019446, 240pp.

Publication Date: December 4, 2018

List Price: 9.99*
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Description


Guys and girls get together, get played, and get real.
Who Am I Without Him? is a Booklist Top Ten Romance Novel for Teens and is "breaking new and necessary ground"* in twelve short stories about guys and girls falling in and out of love and relationships, testing out ways to communicate with one another, respect each other--and respect themselves.

This is a complex, often humorous, and always on-point exploration of today's teens determined to find love and self-worth . . . any way they know how.

Note: this is potentially going to be in a bind-up with YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW ME.


About the Author

Sharon G. Flake has an international reputation as a top author for children and young adults. Her breakout novel, The Skin I'm In, established her as a must-read author among middle and high school students, parents, and educators. She has spoken to more than two hundred thousand young people, and hugged nearly as many. Flake has penned nine novels, numerous short stories, plays, and a picture book entitled You Are Not a Cat. Her work has received numerous awards, such as the Coretta Scott King Honor award and the YWCA Racial Justice Award, and her books have been named to many prestigious lists, including Kirkus Review's Top Ten Books of the Year, Best Books for Young Adults by the American Library Association, Top Ten Books for the Teen Age by the New York Public Library, Top Twenty Recommended Books to Read by the Texas Library Association, 100 Books Every Teenage Girl Should Read, and Booklist Editor's Choice, among others. She lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information, go to sharonflake.com, or follow her on Twitter @sharonflake.


Praise For Who Am I Without Him? ((repackage))

PRAISE FOR WHO AM I WITHOUT HIM?
"Hilarious and anguished."
--Booklist, starred review
"Flake addresses issues central to all teenage lives with insight and humor."
--The Horn Book
"Flake is breaking new and necessary ground here . . . and just keeps doing it better and better."
--The Bulletin