NO SUCH THING AS THE REAL WORLD: STORIES ABOUT GROWING UP AND GETTING A LIFE
"In several of the stories, most notably An Na's "Complication," the protagonist must sort through myriad moral complexities—in other words, the stuff and substance of adulthood. (Short stories. 14 & up)"
In her succinct introduction to this up-and-down story collection, editor Jill Santopolo mentions the "dotted line" that separates childhood from adulthood, a time when the young individual must begin to negotiate the world alone. Read full book review >