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Mango-Shaped Space, A: Reviewed

Author:Wendy Mass
Reading Level (Conceptual):Children 12 and up
Reading Level (Vocabulary):Children 12 and up
Genre:fiction

I loved this book. It is about this girl named Mia who has this syndrome called synesthesia. Some different parts than usual are connected in her brain, so that letters and sounds have colors (this is real!) Her cat's name is Mango. In the book she learns that she is the "weird" one in her school and has to deal with it, because at first she thinks she's crazy.

Anyway, really good book: lots of emotions and colors. There is one really sad part, though.

-- Fizzy, age 14



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