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Book Review – Blended by Sharon M. Draper

By Rachel  |  KPL News

This Review Originally appeared on Facebook on March 24th.

What are the Mark Twain Nominees for 2020-2021?  Read a review for the nominee, Blended by Sharon M. Draper.

Mark Twain Nominees 2020-2021 – Blended by Sharon Draper

Rachel’s Review
Blended features an engaging look into the life of Isabella, a 12 year old who finds herself divided between her divorced parents, spending different weeks with her white mother and her black father. While living in two worlds, will Isabella figure out who she is? Readers will find themselves engaged with Isabella and her day to day life. Draper also captures many social justice topics relevant today. Check it out on Overdrive today!

Rachel Johannigmeier is the Youth Services Manager for the Kirkwood Public Library.  She has been a part of the library since May 2017.  She enjoys reading graphic novels, watching movies, and hanging out with dogs.  Her favorite creators include Margaret Atwood, Libba Bray, Sinclair Lewis, Philip Pullman and Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples.
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