Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Another wonderful and sweet book to add to the genre of literature from the point-of-view of an autistic child/teen. Ginny is 14, and constantly obsessed with going back to her old apartment and getting her baby doll from the suitcase under the bed. The problem is that her birth mom, Gloria, abused Ginny, which is why Ginny now lives with her "forever mom and dad."
Ginny's thought processes are difficult to listen to at times, but it's worth the ride. This is a great feel-good tale that's perfect for teens and adults. Should be a great book club read for public libraries, too.
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