Posted on April 27, 2021 at 10:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Author Angie Thomas takes a pragmatic — yet positive — view about the impact of her writing, in a recent interview with the Guardian.
Of course she expects her most recent YA novel, Concrete Rose, to be the target of a ban.
No matter the adult reaction to it, though, Thomas sees the book as an important message to anyone who can identify with its main character, Maverick (the father from The Hate U Give).
Head to the Guardian to read more of her thoughts on how she decided to write Concrete Rose and the experience of doing so.
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