smile book review


I recently read "Smile" by Raina Telgemeier and absolutely loved it. The graphic novel tells the story of Raina's middle school years, when she had a dental accident that resulted in years of orthodontic work and other dental procedures.

The book is a heartwarming and relatable coming-of-age story that captures the awkwardness and challenges of adolescence. Raina's struggles with self-esteem, friendships, and family dynamics are portrayed with honesty and humor.

I particularly appreciated how Telgemeier used her artwork to convey emotions and experiences that words alone couldn't capture. The illustrations are vibrant and expressive, bringing the story to life in a unique and engaging way.

Overall, "Smile" is a fantastic read for readers of all ages. It's a story about finding confidence, navigating friendships, and learning to embrace your true self. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a heartfelt and inspiring graphic novel.

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