YA Book Review- The Letter Q: Queer Writers’ Notes to their Younger Selves edited by Sarah Moon

Once again, we have a review from our guest reviewer Sofia!

The Letter Q: Queer Writers’ Notes to their Younger Selves is an inspirational book for LGTBI  teens. Sixty-four award winning authors and illustrators write a letter to them selves when they were a child, telling the younger versions of themselves how great they will be when they grow up. It was also written to lift up the self esteem of their younger selves, reminding them of the light at the end of the tunnel and that it is not a bad thing to still be searching for who you are, finding yourself as an outcast and looking for people like you. This book proves the point that we are just humans and things will always happen to us but it is our choice on how we should react to how the world treats us and that we should just go along with it and not force anything before it hurts someone. There are many funny and sad stories in the book, ones that even straight people can learn from.”

the letter q

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