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Tina's Mouth: An Existential Comic Diary (2012)

by Keshni Kashyap(Favorite Author)
3.67 of 5 Votes: 3
0618945199 (ISBN13: 9780618945191)
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
review 1: This was very entertaining and it took me no time to get through. The art is nice and simple. I liked the discussions of philosophy in it, even if they were very simplified. Tina said a few judgmental things that bothered me, she also did a little slut shaming but overall I liked her as a character. She was smart and confused at the same time and reading about her dealing with the different relationships in her life was interesting. I also like how the author includes bits about other characters' lives. Overall, very fun and I would recommend it!
review 2: My daughter received this book as a gift and after she read it she passed it to me. It's really a graphic novel and it's interesting. The family is Indian but they have moved to the US and it's about Tina w
... moreho's in high school and how she's dealing with life during an class project on existentialism and focuses on Sartre during this project. A good peek into life in high school. Of course, this is an alternative school. My middle school daughter and I both enjoyed the book. less
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Very cool/adorable. Loved the descriptions of her family!
Kirstey, 8.7.14
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