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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

Of course this has a message. And the author passionately cares about making sure we don't miss any part of it. But it's also charming, fun, and relevant to anyone who feels as if they have to hide ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rachel.Seltz - LibraryThing

[Revised based off instructor feedback] Ages 12-17. Australian-born Jamilah loves the music, feasts, and supportive ties of her family’s Lebanese heritage. But at school, Jamilah passes as Anglo and ... Read full review

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User Review  - madamediotte - LibraryThing

In Ten Things I Hate About Me, Jamilah does whatever is necessary to hide her Lebanese-Muslim identity from her classmates: she dyes her hair blond, straightens her hair, and even wears contacts to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Runa - LibraryThing

Ten Things I Hate About Me has plenty of positive aspects which outweigh the few faults it does have. It's a little predictable with Timothy's subplot, as well as the overall big deal of Jamilah/Jamie ... Read full review

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User Review  - kikilon - LibraryThing

Her second book, and as good as the first. It was a very fast, easy read and dealt with some interesting identity questions. At heart, it was another story about someone 'different' trying desperately ... Read full review

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User Review  - kikilon - LibraryThing

Her second book, and as good as the first. It was a very fast, easy read and dealt with some interesting identity questions. At heart, it was another story about someone 'different' trying desperately ... Read full review

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User Review  - djwright - LibraryThing

Jamie wants to be the real thing. From the roots of her dyed blonde hair There are a lot of things Jamie hates about her life: her dark hair, her dads Stone Age Charter of Curfew Rights, her real name ... Read full review

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User Review  - kikianika - LibraryThing

Her second book, and as good as the first. It was a very fast, easy read and dealt with some interesting identity questions. At heart, it was another story about someone 'different' trying desperately ... Read full review


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