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Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A 16-year-old Australian-Muslim-Lebanese teen wonders who she really is as she straddles two cultural realities. Since her mother died, Jamilah's overly protective Lebanese father imposes strict curbs on her social life while her hijab-wearing older sister is totally absorbed in political causes and her brother enjoys the freedom she's denied. Jamilah attends madrasa where she studies Arabic and ... Read full review

LibraryThing Review

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At school Jamie is a quiet, but popular blond-haired, blue-eyed Aussie, but at home she becomes Jamilah, a Lebanese Muslim whose father forbids her to date, and who has a Charter of Curfew Rights ... Read full review

Review: Ten Things I Hate About Me

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What i learned from this book is that if you was to hide apart of your life from your friends in school adventually they will all find out or probably just one person.Or if you was to hide your school life from your family members your family will probably will find as well. Read full review

Review: Ten Things I Hate About Me

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i learned that in the chapter am still reading you have to tell your closet friend about your background to keep as a secret and even tell your father how you feel. Read full review

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