So Lucky: Five Reasons to Read Lucky Broken Girl

Guys, I'll admit. I'm a little bit picky about the books I read to put up on my store. Over a year ago, I decided to focus on highlighting texts that feature characters of under-represented ethnicities. Not knowing where to start, I got my hands on the ALA Notable Book list and started with titles that represented diversity. I've never looked back, and I've never been disappointed. The latest book I've finished, Ruth Behar's Lucky Broken Girl is a gem. Based on Behar's childhood trauma of being bedridden for almost a year, Lucky Broken Girl explores why bad things happen to good people and what we do about it. This book took me no time at all to read, and I thoroughly enjoyed the compelling

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