The childish colors and hurried lines enhanced the over-the-top characters and slapstick feeling of the story. Between the art style, problematic jokes, and lazy story, I could not enjoy this book and struggled to finish reading it.
I won't be bringing this one into my classroom library.
Everyone in the seemingly sleepy southern town of Lambertville has secrets: Amanda's could get her killed.
Meredith Russo's multi-award-winning If I Was Your Girl is a stunningly direct, tightly written, and painstakingly specific story about the unintentional, unasked for, and sometimes unavoidable "bravery" of being who you really are.