three on a YA Theme: YA Books About Reproductive Freedom

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“three On A YA Theme: YA Books About Reproductive Freedom” is sponsored by Flatiron Books.

From the award-winning writer of If I Was Your Lady, Meredith Russo, comes a heart-wrenching and common story of identification, past love, and destiny. Six years of birthdays reveal Eric and Morgan’s future as they arrive collectively, drift aside, fall in love, and uncover who they’re meant to be—and in the event that they’re meant to be collectively.

The problem of reproductive freedom has lately come below fireplace within the U.S., with sure states trying to restrict entry to secure and authorized abortions, and one banning them outright. When debates get heated, it typically turns into very straightforward to miss the human facet, and the center wrenching conditions that pregnant folks discover themselves in. These three YA books about abortion function varied characters coping with an unplanned being pregnant and contemplating or in search of out their choices.

Aftercare Instructions cover imageAftercare Directions by Bonnie Pipkin

When Genesis and her boyfriend Peter discover themselves with an undesirable being pregnant, they make the troublesome determination to have an abortion. However when Peter abandons Genesis within the ready room at Deliberate Parenthood, the betrayal forces her to take a more in-depth take a look at their relationship and rediscover a dream that she had forgotten.

UnpregnantUnpregnant by Jenni Hendricks and Ted Caplan

When Veronica finds herself unexpectedly pregnant whereas on the cusp of starting faculty, she makes the choice to get an abortion. The one drawback? The closest clinic is over half a day’s drive away, and she or he doesn’t have a automotive. So she turns to the one individual she will be able to belief on this inconceivable state of affairs: her ex–finest good friend Bailey. What must be a simple journey turns into something however as she’s compelled to confront what broke up her relationship with Bailey. Out September 10, 2019.

Girls Like UsWomen Like Us by Randi Pink

In the summertime of 1972 (the yr earlier than Roe vs. Wade dominated that ladies have the suitable to decide on whether or not or to not have an abortion within the U.S.), 4 teen ladies from the agricultural South to Chicago grapple with the fact of an unplanned being pregnant on the cusp of huge social change. Out October 29, 2019.

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