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10 thoughts on “Dear Miss Sweetie

  1. says:

    I like the ideas behind this book and the messages it presents for young girls by showing an Asian woman challenging gender and racial issues I especially appreciate historical stories that feature Asians in the US and not just Asia Seeing the protagonist navigate Atlanta as a Chinese woman as well as portrayals of black solidari

  2. says:

    Reasons to live1 This historical fiction about a badass girl journalist who by day works as maid for the daughter of the wealthiest man in town and by night secretly turns over ideas about race and gender for a newspaper advice column

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    Five shining rebellious upstanding remarkable powerful emotional starsI loved this book because it’s about two things that I love the most Words and changingWORDS are the bridges provide connection between people WORDS could get your feet off the ground and give you the freedom to explain express educate yourselfWORDS are faste

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    After reading a book with protagonists that did not inspire any reaction in me but one of absolute indifference it felt almost magical to read a story with a character that absolutely popped off the page and claimed her r

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    55 ⭐ The tricky thing about giving opinions is that sometimes they cost you than you wanted to spend I think it is safe to say that The Downstairs Girl is one of my favorite books of 2019 I first heard about it thanks to

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    The Downstairs Girl is a historical YA novel set in Atlanta Georgia in the late 1800'sJo Kuan a seventeen year old Chinese American i

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    45starsI really liked this This was a book I was highly anticipating this year and it did not disappoint The writing was good the plot was interesting there was hardly a romance and the character focused much on herself and her fam than a boy and it was very interesting reading about a problem in history I’ve read many

  9. says:

    I absolutely adored this

  10. says:

    this is the type of badass journalist girl historical fiction I'm here for

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Read Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ê Stacey Lee

Ie When her column becomes wildly popular she uses the power of the pen to Dear Miss Kindle address some of society's ills but she's not prepared for the backlash that follows when her column challenges fixed ideas about race and gender While her opponents clamor to uncover the secret identity of Miss Sweetie a mysterious letter sets Jo off on a search for her own p. After reading a book with protagonists that did not inspire any reaction in me but one of absolute indifference it felt almost magical to read a story with a character that absolutely popped off the page and claimed her rightful place as the heroine of this book I live for these types of characters with personality strength ambition and a desire for change Jo hasn t had it easy at all but she s working hard to support herself survive and make something of herself Historical Fiction is a hit or miss for me because it can be boring than watching a hamster go about its day Since I once had one I can tell you it s very very boring Luckily instead of incorporating every historical element possible in her story Stacey Lee discussed key subjects that were of great importance to Jo such as poverty race and gender All of which I was able to understand and all of which made me feel invested in this story I also have to mention that Stacey Lee s writing is absolutely elegant I find that I ve enjoyed most novels with elegant writing styles that I ve read because effortless elegance sooths me somehow and makes me receptive to the author s message Choppy writing makes me pause but elegant writing flows for me and makes me wish there were no commas or period marks to make me pause my reading even if for a single second Jo is unsurprisingly a very engaging heroine Her voice is strong and she is the type of person who would stand out in a crowd if she has something to convey I adored reading her brutally honest letters I wish she were a real person who kept diaries all throughout her life so that I can read them because I m sure they would be impactful and so so interesting I can t wait for everyone to read this important story and meet Jo Blog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin

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Dear Miss Sweetie

Ast and the parents who abandoned her as a baby But when her efforts put her in the crosshairs of Atlanta's most notorious criminal Jo must decide whether she a girl used to living in the shadows is ready to step into the light With prose that is witty insightful and at times heartbreaking Stacey Lee masterfully crafts an extraordinary social drama set in the New Sout. The Downstairs Girl is a historical YA novel set in Atlanta Georgia in the late 1800 sJo Kuan a seventeen year old Chinese American is living in a basement like an underground tunnel built by abolitionist beneath the local newspaperprinter shop She was a wonderful character relatable genuine smart with a fascinating backstory The way she tackled each day how she overcame new hurdles and followed her own path was rather uplifting She had a clear view of how things were but her I can do attitude was rather charmingThe plot felt relevant and poignant And the story was full of interesting sub plots A heart warming romance A horse race The live of a newspaper columnist The many hurdles that any non Caucasian person had to endure during that period of time What I loved the most was seeing Jo s two lives intertwine How she took what she overheard during the day and turned it into a column that got people talking Also the day to day life in Atlanta during the 1890s Atlanta was wonderfully detailed The historical aspect of the story was well done just enough to make it interesting but not too overwhelmingboring either I m definitely going to read of the author s work I enjoyed her style of writing as well as how the characters were portrayed All in all I was very happy with this book and I can only recommend the audiobookFind reviews and book recommendations on my blogFind me on Bookstagram

Read Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ê Stacey Lee

From the founding member of We Need Diverse Books comes a powerful novel about identity betrayal and the meaning of familyBy day seventeen year old Jo Kuan works as a lady's maid for the cruel daughter of one of the wealthiest men in Atlanta But by night Jo moonlights as the pseudonymous author of a newspaper advice column for the genteel Southern lady Dear Miss Sweet. Reasons to live1 This historical fiction about a badass girl journalist who by day works as maid for the daughter of the wealthiest man in town and by night secretly turns over ideas about race and gender for a newspaper advice column