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A Junior Library Guild Selection!
With massive amounts of humor, heart, and soul, this love letter to L.A. and its diversity is a celebration of friends, family, and food trucks.
— Jeanne Fredriksen, BOOKLIST, STARRED REVIEW
“The Way You Make Me Feel is a love letter to new friends, great food, and the beautiful and complicated bonds of family. Maurene Goo is a master at writing stories that are both timely and timeless, and that celebrate all of the ways love can be found…and why it’s worth keeping.”
—Robin Benway, National Book Award Winner and New York Times bestselling author of Far From the Tree
“The Way You Make Me Feel is a poignant exploration of what it means to examine your flaws, let down your guard, and allow yourself to be loved. Sometimes funny, sometimes romantic, Maurene Goo has created a story brimming with heart.”
—Brandy Colbert, author of Little & Lion and Pointe
“The Way You Make Me Feel made me laugh, swoon, and even shed a tear or two. No question, this is one of my favorite YA novels in years.”
—Kody Keplinger, New York Times bestselling author of The DUFF and Lying Out Loud
“Clever, charming and unputdownable, THE WAY YOU MAKE ME FEEL is an absolute gem. Maurene Goo has written a book so full of heart, humor and warmth, you’ll love every single word of it, just like I did. ”
—Courtney Summers author of Cracked Up to Be & All the Rage
“A spirited teenager learns about the meaning of love, friendship, and family. . .Snappy dialogue and an endearing cast of characters bring to life this richly-drawn portrait of multicultural LA.”
“This fun, summery contemporary is perfect for anyone who wants to see messy, imperfect girls in fiction. Clara is a troublemaker in layers of indifference and irony who must learn that it’s okay to have feelings. This book is a wonderful example of the importance of both romantic and non-romantic relationships and what it’s like to grow apart from friends. Maurene Goo navigates the second gen immigrant experience skillfully and with grace.”
– Shauna Sinyard, Park Road Books