GoodReads - Nowhere Girls
"Three misfit girls come together to avenge the rape of a girl none of them knew and in the
process start a movement that transforms the lives of everyone around them"-- NoveList
Read this book if...
SEE BELOW for more background, relevance, etc.
About the Book
About the Author
Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault in Schools
Consider these questions as you are reading your book. Having answers to them, with quotations from the book (cite the page number) as supporting evidence will be very helpful when it is time to discuss and assess your reading.
In each book one or more issues of social injustice is present (ex. Racism, Sexism, Poverty, etc.). Be prepared to list specific examples and events from your book. These injustices often lead to conflicts between people (person vs person) and society or cultures (person vs society).
The following issues are among those that are evident in the books on the Summer Reading List. Each term below links to a topic page on GALE Opposing Viewpoints in Context or Global Issues in Context, which are databases that contain: viewpoint essays; newspaper, magazine, and academic journal articles; reference sources; primary source documents; and more.
Passwords for Off-Campus GALE Database use are available on Canvas.