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    Who put this song on? /
    by Parker, Morgan,
    Delacorte Press, [2019]
    Subjects
  • Depression, Mental
  •  
  • Depression in adolescence
  •  
  • African American teenagers
  •  
  • Young adult fiction
  •  
  • Depression, Mental
  •  
  • Identity
  •  
  • African Americans
  •  
  • Community life
  •  
  • YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Social Themes / Prejudice & Racism.
  •  
  • YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Coming of Age.
  •  
  • YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Girls & Women.
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  • Depression, Mental
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    325 pages ; 22 cm
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    First edition.
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    "17-year-old Morgan is a black teen triumphantly figuring out her identity when her conservative town deems depression as a lack of faith, and blackness as something to be politely ignored"--
    Morgan can't count the number of times she's been the only non-white person at the sleepover, been teased for her "weird" outfits, and been told she's not "really" black. She's spent most of her summer crying in bed; it feels like the whole world is listening to the same terrible track on repeat, and Morgan sees life as a never-ending hamster wheel of agony. She knows why she's in therapy. When Morgan makes friends with fellow outcasts, blasts music like there's no tomorrow, and discovers what being black means to her, she finally puts her mental health first. After all, darkness doesn't have to be a bad thing. -- adapted from jacket and Amazon.com info
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