Some people have wild imaginings but don’t do anything about them. David Levithan had this idea: Imagine if you woke up a different person every day. And he wrote this remarkable book about a teenager who has this experience.
EVERY DAY is about so much more than teenage trials and tribulations. Although it’s written for teens, there’s a good book in here for adults, too. It raises important ethical, moral, and philosophical questions about how we choose to live each day. It reminds us that those choices have consequences.
And it’s a page-turner. I read it in two sittings.
PS–Thanks to Shannon Marshall at Great Oaks Charter School for this recommendation!