September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and New World Library asked me to review Beneath the Surface: A Teen’s Guide to Reaching Out When You or Your Friend Is in Crisis by Kristi Hugstad, their most recent release, which launched on September 10 in honor of World Suicide Prevention day. (New World’s previous publications include…
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So good you’ll want to read it more than once!
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