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(cross-posted to yaandmgwriters)

I've been feeling, with the rewriting of Signi, that the story needs a more definite/unique style. It needs to be told differently. Glancing through my YA books, I can't find many that do that, at least not well. Any suggestions of YA/children's books that have a very distinctive or unusual style? Preferably 3rd person, but 1st is okay, too.


Tags: kids and ya lit, reading, signi, style and voice

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