Cool for the Summer
Dahlia Adler (Author)
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Witty, wise, and disarmingly tender. I am hopelessly devoted to this summer dream of a book. --Becky Albertalli, New York Times bestselling author of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda
The guy of her dreams... or the girl in her heart?
May 11, 2021
5.5 X 8.3 X 1.1 inches | 0.8 pounds
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About the Author
DAHLIA ADLER is an editor of mathematics by day, the overlord of LGBTQ Reads by night, and a Young Adult author at every spare moment in between. She is the editor of the anthologies His Hideous Heart (a Junior Library Guild selection) and That Way Madness Lies, and the author of many novels, including Cool for the Summer. She lives in New York with her family and an obscene number of books.
BUZZFEED, 40 YA Novels That Come Out In The First Half of 2021 That We're Already So Excited ForWitty, wise, and disarmingly tender. I am hopelessly devoted to this summer dream of a book. - Becky Albertalli, New York Times bestselling author of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda
"Adler captures the radiance and joy of summer love and perfectly mixes it with all of the longing and wonder that comes after. Filled with nuance and charm, and queer girls you can't help but root for, Cool for the Summer will leave readers grinning long after they finish." - Jennifer Dugan, author of Hot Dog Girl and Verona Comics A little bit sexy and a little bit sweet - Dahlia Adler has written the perfect summer romance, filled with humor, joy, and self-discovery. Cool for the Summer is a delight and an anthem to self-love all at once." - Aminah Mae Safi, author of Tell Me How You Really Feel
Filled with summer vibes and swoon-worthy moments, Cool for the Summer is a book I wish I'd had as a teen. I related to Lara's story so much, from dealing with divorced parents and the struggle of finding your own voice, to the rollercoaster ride of figuring out your sexuality. Dahlia perfectly captures what it's like to feel torn between what we think we should want and what our hearts actually desire. - Jen Wilde, author of Going Off Script