EVERY DAY by David Levithan

EVERY DAYSome 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!

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Creator of The Literacy Cookbook (www.literacycookbook.com), I am an educational consultant who also happens to love to read incessantly. I found myself referring friends to so many books that it seemed like time to create a blog to record all of these recommendations. So here it is.
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One Response to EVERY DAY by David Levithan

  1. Ana Maria Perez says:

    This was on my Top 50 book recommendation reads and there is the new sequel to this book — Another Day.

    Hope you’re doing well.

    Thanks,
    Ana Maria Perez, Librarian/Campus Technologist
    Juarez-Lincoln High School
    7801 West Mile 7 Road | Mission, Texas 78574
    956-519-4150 ext. 286 Office 956-519-4160 Fax
    a.flores2@lajoyaisd.net
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