Things I Should Have Known by Claire LaZebnik is one of my favorite books I’ve read so far this year! Actually, it’s just straight up one of my favorite YA contemporaries ever (see my review here). Enter below for a chance to win a copy of this amazing book!!


Book Description:

Things I Should Have KnownFrom the author of Epic Fail comes the story of Chloe Mitchell, a Los Angeles girl on a quest to find love for her autistic sister, Ivy. Ethan, from Ivy’s class, seems like the perfect match. It’s unfortunate that his older brother, David, is one of Chloe’s least favorite people, but Chloe can deal, especially when she realizes that David is just as devoted to Ethan as she is to Ivy.

Uncommonly honest and refreshingly funny, this is a story about sisterhood, autism, and first love. Chloe, Ivy, David, and Ethan, who form a quirky and lovable circle, will steal readers’ hearts and remind us all that it’s okay to be a different kind of normal.


Giveaway

Enter for a chance to win one of two copies of Things I Should Have Known by Claire LaZebnik. Ends March 27; winners will be notified on March 28. Open internationally!

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17 comments on “Giveaway: Things I Should Have Known”

  1. Thanks you so much for the chance of this Cait. I’m super excited for this book now my son is actually autistic and I just love to read stories about autistic characters and there family’s.

  2. Thanks for hosting, Cait! I’d love to read this one 🙂 and hopefully recommend to friend who could relate to this story! Glad to hear you enjoyed it!

  3. Oo I’m so excited to read this one! My 4 yr old daughter was diagnosed with autism and I feel like I’ve been searching forever for a book like this!

  4. I'm with you there, Linda. I've just had my protagonist hit with a car jack, kidnapped, taped with duck tape, rolled in a carpet and dumped in a building that was then set alight. When Aristotle talked about exerniepcing catharsis, pity and fear in the safe environment of literature I always assumed he meant it was the audience who experienced these things, but actually it's as much for the author… we can't really dump the little blighters in front a dragon when they annoy us, but we can do it in a story 😉

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