The Epic Story of Every Living Thing

Caletti, D.
Harper, a seventeen-year-old IVF child, is the daughter of an over-protective mother whose hovering was more pronounced during the COVID-19 pandemic. As Harper faces the challenge and anxiety of going back to in-person high school, she learns about the sperm donor her mother won’t discuss and joins forces with newly discovered half-siblings to track him down. This adventure helps Harper move away from her protected life, overcome her daily anxiety, and uncover many secrets. Suitable as a whole class or literature circle novel, it addresses romance, identity, social media pressures, academic pressures, post-pandemic anxiety, IVF parentage, and environmental activism.
English Language Arts
  • 10-12

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