The Map from Here to There
Gut-bustingly funny and exquisitely tender. - Katie Cotugno, New York Times bestselling author of 99 Days
Acclaimed author Emery Lord crafts a gorgeous story of friendship and identity, daring to ask: What happens after happily ever after?
It's senior year, and Paige Hancock is finally living her best life. She has a fun summer job, great friends, and a super charming boyfriend who totally gets her. But senior year also means big decisions. Weighing the rest of her life, Paige feels her anxiety begin to pervade every decision she makes. Everything is exactly how she always wanted it to be--how can she leave it all behind next year? In her head, she knows there is so much more to experience after high school. But in her heart, is it so terrible to want everything to stay the same forever?
Emery Lord's award-winning storytelling shines with lovable characters and heartfelt exploration of life's most important questions.
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2017 Schneider Family Book Award Winner
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A YALSA 2017 Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult readers
A USA Today Must-Read Romance of 2016
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About the Author
Emery Lord is the author of Open Road Summer; The Start of Me and You; When We Collided, which was a Schneider Family Book Award Winner, a YALSA-ALA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers, and a YALSA-ALA Best Fiction for Young Adults Books; and The Names They Gave Us. She lives in Ohio with her family and several shelves of books that she considers friends.
What a gift Emery Lord has given us with The Map from Here to There. Gut-bustingly funny and exquisitely tender, full of characters to fall in love with and writing that sings out loud, this is a book about figuring out what the rest of your life is going to look like. It's a book about learning to be a person in the world. - Katie Cotugno, New York Times bestselling author of 99 DAYS
Lord spends time developing her side characters with depth and maturity, calling out stereotypes and using the characters to explore less common topics in teen literature. An engaging novel. - School Library Connection
Engrossing and engaging. - Kirkus Reviews
Lord hits the agonizing and comforting beats of the end of high school, capturing the nostalgia of old friendships and hard choices. - Booklist
A relationship-focused romance with some solid and authentic dynamics. . . . Relatable. - BCCB
Will inspire readers to persevere. - SLJ, starred review, on THE START OF ME AND YOU
A well-crafted love story that will melt your heart a dozen different ways. - USA Today on THE START OF ME AND YOU
Lord crafts a poignant look at what it's like to deal with love, loss, and general teendom, then infuses it with sharp wit and pop culture references. - Entertainment Weekly on THE START OF ME AND YOU
A natural successor to Sarah Dessen's The Truth about Forever. . . . Comfortingly familiar, vibrant, and, at times, wrenching, this belongs on all shelves. - Booklist, starred review, on THE NAMES THEY GAVE US
This solid coming-of-age story with family drama and personal growth is a must-have for libraries with Jenny Han and Jennifer Niven fans. - SLJ on THE NAMES THEY GAVE US
This is more than a love story. When We Collided carefully yet effortlessly puts mental illness in conversation with the beauty and struggle of adolescence. - Julie Murphy, #1 New York Times bestselling author of DUMPLIN' on WHEN WE COLLIDED
Searingly honest, gut-wrenchingly authentic, and deeply romantic, When We Collided is a gift of a novel. - Jasmine Warga, author of MY HEART AND OTHER BLACK HOLES on WHEN WE COLLIDED
An absolute tearjerker romance with a powerful message about weightier topics of grief and mental illness. - SLJ, starred review, on WHEN WE COLLIDED
A beautifully wrought portrait of bipolar disorder and depression. . . . Full, compassionate and achingly vibrant. - USA Today on WHEN WE COLLIDED