If You'll Have Me

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Product Details
$17.99  $16.73
Viking Books for Young Readers
Publish Date
5.75 X 8.27 X 0.94 inches | 1.4 pounds

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About the Author
Eunnie is a Korean American illustrator based in Washington. She loves exploring relationships through her art and writing, and finds much joy in the portrayal of queer intimacy. When she's not cooking up new stories, Eunnie spends her time napping, watching video essays, and collecting hoodies in every color. Follow her @eunnieboo.
"Incredibly charming . . . There's joy, delight, and absolutely unrestrained romantic sweetness on every page. I love it to bits!" --TRUNG LE NGUYEN, author of the Eisner Award nominee The Magic Fish

* "Eunnie's lively, expressive style expertly combines classic shoujo manga flair with visually poppy cartoon elements, depicted in saturated jewel tones, that amplify key moments and the work's dreamy ambiance. Distinctly designed characters portrayed with varying body types and skin tones, and boasting amicable personalities, bring PG and Momo's college campus to life, cultivating a rollicking environment in which the girls' relationship blossoms."--Publishers Weekly, starred review

* "Delights in the small joys of falling in love . . . An absolutely charming read for anyone interested in romance and relationship building." --Booklist, starred review

"Readers will fall in love with both young women as they fall in love with each other. Their conflicts give them depth and feel believable for their stage of life, their different but equally relatable backstories are fleshed out, and the satisfying resolution inspires happiness. Well-developed friendships play smaller but still important roles. The appealing artwork features clean, pastel-tinted backgrounds and doe-eyed characters with expressive faces . . . Utterly charming and swoonworthy."--Kirkus Reviews