Every day- David Levithan

Wherever you go there’s always a bookstore that’s worth a visit. And when I visited New York to attend a conference in August 2016 I came across Strand Bookstore. I got lost in here for a little while and wound up buying Every Day. Another impulse buy, and I enjoyed every single word!

Honestly, this is a book I would highly recommend. Especially to people who struggle to understand the differences that occur in our world. It grants you the perspective from different individuals with a character that is absolutely understanding of every situation. I recall all the books we were forced to read in school to be bland and never really educational in a way that would help us socially. And when I read this book I wished that it was given to us with the intention for us to read and reread and write essays about and analyze. Because in this book lies the majority of internal struggles that people face and fight daily. And it’s written with no judgment, except your own.

My Personal Rating: 4/5

Reading Location: New York and Maine, USA

Reading Duration: 10 Days (August of 2016)


Every Day- David Levithan
Enjoying the book in Central Park

More about the book

Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers

Date Published: August 28, 2012

Genre: Young Adult

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