Honor Girl: A Graphic Memoir - Maggie Thrash

Fifteen-year-old Maggie Thrash is once again whiling away her summer at Camp Bellflower, a bucolic Kentucky sleepaway camp where “girls can be totally innocent and free, maybe for the last time.” Her days are a routine parade of working towards her NRA sharpshooting certification, navigating the annual ebbs and flows of drama and friendships, and participating in timeworn camp rituals and routines. Things seem to be unfolding the way they do every year until Maggie unexpectedly finds herself falling in love with Erin, an older female counselor. In Honor Girl: A Graphic Memoir (Candlewick, $19.99), every watercolor-penciled panel is saturated with both the humid haze of summer and the feelings of heartache and humor one juggles on the slow march to maturity and self-realization. Ages 14-18

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By Maggie Thrash, Maggie Thrash (Illustrator)
$19.99
ISBN: 9780763673826
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Published: Candlewick Press (MA) - September 8th, 2015

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