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Every word you never said

Author: Jordon Greene
Publisher: Kannapolis, North Carolina : F/K Teen, an imprint of Franklin/Kerr Press, [2022]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Secondary (senior high) school : English : First editionView all editions and formats
Summary:
Skylar Gray is adopted, nonverbal, and he feels most comfortable wearing skirts. Life has never been easy, but with a fresh start at a brand-new school, with new parents and in a new state, he just might finally make some friends. Maybe. Honestly it's hard to focus on anything when gorgeous rocker boy Jacob is around. But it's hard for Skylar to trust anyone when people have always been quick to ditch him at the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Gay fiction
Juvenile works
Romance fiction
Romans homosexuels
Juvenile fiction
Romans, nouvelles, etc. pour la jeunesse
Material Type: Secondary (senior high) school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jordon Greene
ISBN: 9781735437354 1735437352
OCLC Number: 1306921965
Description: 364 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Jordon Greene.

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Skylar Gray is adopted, nonverbal, and he feels most comfortable wearing skirts. Life has never been easy, but with a fresh start at a brand-new school, with new parents and in a new state, he just might finally make some friends. Maybe. Honestly it's hard to focus on anything when gorgeous rocker boy Jacob is around. But it's hard for Skylar to trust anyone when people have always been quick to ditch him at the first inconvenience; they always seem more than ready to judge him as defective. And the bullies love to confirm it. Skylar has only ever had himself, so why would anything be different this time? Especially for an anxious boy with literally no voice. Jacob doesn't give a damn, especially not since he came out over the summer. He expected the hate he got from his father, who mostly acts as if it never happened, but he refuses to let it hold him back. It doesn't matter, Jacob's over it. He's going to paint his nails, dye his hair, and strike a heavy rift on his guitar if he wants to, even if it means being grounded most of senior year. But when the cute nonverbal transfer student, Skylar, wears a skirt to school, prompting a sexist new dress code proposal, Jacob decides it's time to take a stand, no matter the risk to himself. - - - - - - - - - - - TW: Homophobia, Bullying, Sexism, Ableism.

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