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Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson

My Rating: 5 stars

Warning: Rated PG-13

This book is absolutely amazing. Anderson tells an emotional story of a girl named Lia who is trapped in the eating disorder anorexia. All she can think about is food. How much she’s going to eat. How many calories? How much she weighs. All she cares about is food and less about what is actually going on in her life. Cassie, Lia’s best friend died. The thought of it being all her fault makes Lia starve herself more. As Lia’s story unravels, she loses more weight, loses touch with her family, and almost loses her sanity.

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Comment from Krystyn!!!
Time December 3, 2010 at 12:31 PM

I have not read this yet though i have been meaning to buy it…Laurie definatly can write some awsome books!!! i would recommend reading Fever 1793 if you didnt. i didnt want to read it at first but my mom basically forced me to and i’m so glad she did!!!

Comment from bri
Time December 4, 2010 at 2:37 PM

Wintergirls is probably my favorite book by Laurie. The way its written is so original and the storyline is just so great! You HAVE to read it!
& I think I read Fever back in 6th grade, I’ve been meaning to read it again soon.

Comment from Anne Pfeffer
Time August 14, 2011 at 7:28 PM

I’m with you. I thought Wintergirls was extraordinary. Laurie Halse Anderson can say so much with just a few words!

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