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I’m Meep: a 20something librarian, originally from New England, living in Tokyo. I eat books and bleed poetry.

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MIDNIGHT - JACQUELINE WILSON I never heard of Jacqueline Wilson until I started my job as an elementary librarian, but I've loved every one of her books that I've read and Midnight was no exception. Although it was never made clear, I got a very "queer" vibe from this book, between Will's clashes with his father because he doesn't play soccer and prefers to sew and listen to classical music, and Violet's intense friendship with Jasmine read more like a girl with a crush.