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North of Beautiful

3 Ratings: 4.7
A book by Justina Chen Headley

Grade 7 Up—Terra's body is very nearly perfect, except for the port-wine birthmark on her left cheek, which several surgeries have failed to remove. It is the teen's final semester of high school and she looks forward to college where she … see full wiki

Author: Justina Chen Headley
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
3 reviews about North of Beautiful
Quick Tip by . November 06, 2010
This book is well constructed and helps stretch our understanding of image and self image.
review by . June 24, 2010
Another beautifully told YA novel from Headley, exploring beauty and friendship in various forms. You'll want to savor the writing as much as the story here.
review by . January 05, 2010
There's nothing I can say that will give this book justice, so I will just state what I loved in this book.     1. The writing. The writing just flowed smoothly (except for those small parts where it got too wordy) and the diction was just perfect. The writing was just so beautiful.     2. How the author inserts maps and geocaching into the novel. They were a very important part of the book.    3. The characters, especially Terra, whose …
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