A Memoir from a Different Kind of Year
Told through real-life journals, collages, lists, and drawings, this coming-of-age story illustrates the transformation of an 18-year-old girl from a small-town teenager into an independent city-dwelling college student. Written in an autobiographical style with beautiful artwork, Little Fish shows the challenges of being a young person facing the world on her own for the very first time and the uneaseâ€”as well as excitementâ€”that comes along with that challenge.
â€śBeyerâ€™s debut captures her introspection with earnest, appealing black-and-white panels. . .Wary college-bound students will find comfort in this sincere and endearing look at freshman year.â€ť â€”Booklist
â€śAn autobiographical graphic pastiche recounts the authorâ€™s experience of leaving her rural hometown and going to art school in a new city. . .her story is easy to relate to and recommendedâ€¦â€ť â€”Kirkus Reviews
â€śLittle Fish by Ramsey Beyer is a must haveâ€ť â€”Teen Librarian Toolbox
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- Reading level: Teen Nonfiction
- Hardcover: 272 pages
- Publisher: Zest Books (September, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-13: 978-1-936976-18-8