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You Should See Me in a Crown Liz Lighty Has Always Believed She S Too Black, Too Poor, Too Awkward To Shine In Her Small, Rich, Prom Obsessed Midwestern Town But It S Okay Liz Has A Plan That Will Get Her Out Of Campbell, Indiana, Forever Attend The Uber Elite Pennington College, Play In Their World Famous Orchestra, And Become A DoctorBut When The Financial Aid She Was Counting On Unexpectedly Falls Through, Liz S Plans Come Crashing Down Until She S Reminded Of Her School S Scholarship For Prom King And Queen There S Nothing Liz Wants To Do Less Than Endure A Gauntlet Of Social Media Trolls, Catty Competitors, And Humiliating Public Events, But Despite Her Devastating Fear Of The Spotlight She S Willing To Do Whatever It Takes To Get To PenningtonThe Only Thing That Makes It Halfway Bearable Is The New Girl In School, Mack She S Smart, Funny, And Just As Much Of An Outsider As Liz But Mack Is Also In The Running For Queen Will Falling For The Competition Keep Liz From Her Dreams Or Make Them Come True

About the Author: Leah Johnson

Leah Johnson is a writer, editor and eternal Midwesterner currently moonlighting as a New Yorker Leah received her MFA in fiction writing from Sarah Lawrence College, where she currently teaches in their undergraduate writing program Her debut YA novel, YOU SHOULD SEE ME IN A CROWN is forthcoming from Scholastic in 2020.

10 thoughts on “You Should See Me in a Crown

  1. says:

    gay culture be like locks eyes with a girl wow she has pretty eyes oh no I think I m in love to be honest, I thought this was going to be a 3 star book the entire time I was reading this but by the end I was surprised by how much I was enjoying it this book follows a Black queer girl with anxiety named Liz who must run for prom

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    This queer boy from indiana can t wait to read about a queer girl from indiana as she falls in love with her competition in a beauty pageant i m

  3. says:

    Wow, I m tearing up I wish I d had this when I was fourteen.

  4. says:

    Loved every second of reading this Such a solid debut featuring a queer, Black protagonist, the sweetest f f romance, all the prom shenanigans, lots of music, and really thoughtful and realistic portrayals of friendship I can t recommend this one highly enough

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    Adorrrrrred this one Wasn t sure if it was actually a Romance or not but am happy to report that it is an extremely cute f f one and I am so, so excited that the author already has another one of those coming I wanted to hand my ARC to a queer Black girl the second I was done and I hope this finds every single one It s clever, funny, romantic, empowering, and just a damn

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    Thank you Edelweiss and Scholastic Press for the ARC.trigger warnings anxiety panic attacks, death of a parent, chronically ill loved one, character being outed, homophobia.You Should See Me in a Crown was a delight It made me laugh, it made me angry, it made me happy and sad, and sigh in sapphic greatness.It was a really well mixed fluffy story with really important and necessary

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    I received an early copy of this book from the publisher in exchange of an honest reviewCW anxiety, panic attacks, death of a parent, chronically ill loved one, outing, homophobia.YOU SHOULD SEE ME IN A CROWN was such a nice balance between pure sapphic fluff and important discussions of some or less heavy topics It delivered exactly what it promised All the cuteness that comes with a que

  9. says:

    cried several times

  10. says:

    I mean, two prom queen contenders falling in love You bet your sweet bottoms I loved every second of this.

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