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781 - Blursday or Whensday? Middle Grade Versus Young Adult Fiction

781 - Blursday or Whensday? Middle Grade Versus Young Adult Fiction

Update: 2020-07-233
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Blursday is a popular word to use when you don't know what day of the week it is. It captures that disoriented feeling when everything is a blur. And our wonderful fiction editor Diana Pho is back with a comparison of middle grade and young adult fiction. You'll learn a lot!


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781 - Blursday or Whensday? Middle Grade Versus Young Adult Fiction

781 - Blursday or Whensday? Middle Grade Versus Young Adult Fiction