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Things I'll Never Say

Stories About Our Secret Selves

by Ann Angel Editor · Ron Koertge Contributor

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Fifteen top young-adult authors let us in on provocative secrets in a fascinating collection that will have readers talking.

A baby no one knows about. A dangerous hidden identity. Off-limits hookups. A parent whose problems your friends won't understand. Everyone keeps secrets—from themselves, from their families, from their friends—and secrets have a habit of shaping the lives around them. Acclaimed author Ann Angel brings together some of today's most gifted YA authors to explore, in a variety of genres, the nature of secrets: Do they make you stronger or weaker? Do they alter your world when revealed? Do they divide your life into what you'll tell and what you won't? The one thing these diverse stories share is a glimpse into the secret self we all keep hidden.
With stories by:
Ann Angel
Kerry Cohen
Louise Hawes
Varian Johnson
erica l. kaufman
Ron Koertge
E. M. Kokie
Chris Lynch
Kekla Magoon
Zoƫ Marriott
Katy Moran
J. L. Powers
Mary Ann Rodman
Cynthia Leitich Smith
Ellen Wittlinger

Publication Details

Publisher:
Candlewick Press
Publication Date:
2015

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Ron Koertge (Contributor)

Louise Hawes mirror wrote as a child, and was therefore relegated to a special first-grade reading group that met in the basement. "This not very subtle metaphor," she says now, "was one we slow readers caught onto right away. But I didn't mind my...

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Ann Angel (Editor)

I lived most of my kid-life in Collinsville, Illinois, a little coal-mining town not far from St. Louis. The town turns up as the setting in Coaltown Jesus. My parents were hard working, blue-collar folks, and that's probably why I write pretty mu...

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Ann Angel (Contributor)

I lived most of my kid-life in Collinsville, Illinois, a little coal-mining town not far from St. Louis. The town turns up as the setting in Coaltown Jesus. My parents were hard working, blue-collar folks, and that's probably why I write pretty mu...

More about Ann Angel

Creators

Contributor :
Zoe Marriott
Contributor :
Ron Koertge
Contributor :
Ellen Wittlinger
Contributor :
Cynthia Leitich Smith
Contributor :
Louise Hawes
Contributor :
Kerry Cohen
Contributor :
Chris Lynch
Contributor :
E. M. Kokie
Contributor :
J. L. Powers
Contributor :
Varian Johnson
Editor :
Ann Angel
Contributor :
Ann Angel
Contributor :
Mary Ann Rodman Downing
Contributor :
erica l. kaufman
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