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COMIXOLOGY
It includes interviews with friends, transcripts of hospital records, flashbacks, and an unflinching perspective on relationships both positive and negative.
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SMITHSONIAN: BOOK DRAGON
Parents will certainly shudder reading this. But read it they should: White/Black (she is so very clever!) can certainly offer some life lessons for both teenagers and their parents.
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LONG ISLAND PRESS
Tracy White’s new memoir graphic novel…shows just how far the world of comics has come. Simple line drawings, delicate and wispy, convey the mood of the book: unstable.
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MOTHER DAUGHTER BOOK CLUB
How I Made It to Eighteen (is) both fascinating and informative, and I believe it could open up interesting conversations between mothers and their daughters aged 14 and up.
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FLEEN
How I Made It to Eighteen demands multiple readings, and will stand as one of the most striking memoirs of mental illness and recovery ever written. ”
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