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The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Differnbaugh
After turning 18 and leaving foster care, Vanessa has nowhere to
go and no one to lean on. That is, until she starts her own garden. But from
her patch of beautiful blossoms comes a new hope and sense of possibility that
she never expected.
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Flowers in Bone Cages by Sophie Glynn
This one might be a tearjerker, but def worth a read. This novel
tells the story of 16-year-old Irene and her battle with anorexia, anxiety and
depression. Instead of battling a classmate or a sibling like most teens, Irene
is fiercely trying to battle herself and her diseases. You’ll be pulled in to
Irene’s world by all the intense, relatable emotions she experiences during her
fight for survival.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
This round-up would not be complete without The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Before our babe Emma Watson and
super cutie Logan Lerman starred in the Perks
movie, it was a hugely popular book. Through its pages, we follow Charlie’s
family drama, his first dates and many high school stepping-stones on a serious
rollercoaster of emotions. You’ll love this book so much, you’ll wanna read it
twice (that is, if you haven’t already!).
The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen
Macy, 16, tries to stay in total control of her life after her
father passes away. But when she takes up a job at a catering company, she
slowly learns that it’s completely okay to show your emotions and all of your
imperfections. Meanwhile, Macy finds herself gravitating towards a new cutie who
unexpectedly makes his way into her life.
Luv Ya Bunches: A Flower Power Book by Lauren Myracle
Katie-Rose, Yasaman, Violet and Milla (flower names, how presh!)
each have a hand at telling their story of friendship in this book. Despite
their differing backgrounds, hobbies and personalities, these gals form a
strong bond that will totally make you want to get even tighter with your own
besties. Bonus: No matter who you are, you’ll def be able to relate to this fab
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