Yes, a nor'easter in November), here are a few of the Y. and middle-grade books we've relied on in the past for guidance and clarity when our environment appears to go off the rails.
As I've written before in this column, some of the power of Y. books—and a reason they're so touted for teens—is that they give kids the chance to experience difficult things on the page instead of in real life, both to prepare them for the possibility (or inevitability, depending on subject matter) that those things will happen, or to help them empathize with those who've had such things occur.
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She has written two non-academic trade books about dating and gender: Change can be confusing and frightening, particularly when it feels like control – however tenuous – is slipping away.
And when people are confused, scared, or feel they’re losing their grip, they get angry. In my view, hot emotions such as anger not only provide a framework for considering the affective drivers of everyday experience but they act as a flare on the horizon, alerting us to areas of sensitivity we might otherwise miss.
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