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Love from A to Z

By Lucinda Dyer, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

North American Muslim teens find romance on Qatar trip.

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This unforgettable love story takes on controversial issues like Islamophobia, racism in the classroom, and the morality of drone warfare. Like Ali's first novel, Saints and Misfits, Love from A to Z features a smart, feisty hijab-wearing teen girl who sees an injustice and demands that it be righted. Both novels are excellent reads for teens who want to learn more about what life is like for young Muslims living their faith in a multicultural world that can be both welcoming and threatening.

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