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Juli and Bryce met in second grade, and she immediately knew he was perfect...
while he just thought she was weird, with her love of trees and chickens.
A job at a hat shop provides her with a taste of freedom, and introduces her to Isabella, a flapper from the local dance hall.
To Garnet's shock, she finds herself romantically drawn to Isabella, even though the notion of a same-sex relationship is totally foreign to her.
This romantic comedy of errors highlights just how bizarre it can feel when romance starts entering the picture.
This title was also made into a feature film of the same name, recommended for ages 10 and up.
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, which makes it the perfect time to start conversations about healthy relationships with the Mighty Girls in your life.
Dating violence among teens is a big issue: according to Loveisrespect, an organization dedicated to helping teens in unhealthy and abusive relationships, one in three US teens will experience physical, sexual, or emotional abuse from a partner before they reach adulthood.
The only trouble is that Juli has just started thinking that maybe Bryce's beautiful blue eyes aren't enough to make him someone special.
She opts to throw herself into the school musical — where the drama, of course, isn’t confined to the stage.
This graphic novel tackles all the ups and downs tweens and teens experience as they start experiencing their first feelings of infatuation and love — hope, excitement, fear, uncertainty, and even the dawning realization of sexual orientation as one of Callie’s friends from the drama club confines in her that he’s gay — in a compelling and compassionate way.
13-year-old Mouse just got dismissed from a prestigious ballet school — which means she's back at her old school just in time for a ski trip to France.
At the same time, Jack is also coming to the resort with his friend, hoping to make a name for their band (and maybe kiss a girl.) When Mouse and Jack meet, love is in the air...
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By sharing these stories, and talking about what makes real love so empowering and special, we can help the next generation find the loving, respectful partners they deserve.