Dear Student by Elly Swartz – Spotlight

Welcome back to my weekly Spotlight series. This week’s book under spotlight is Dear Student by Elly Swartz.

WHAT’S THE BOOK ABOUT

When Autumn becomes the secret voice of the advice column in her middle school newspaper she is faced with a dilemma–can she give fair advice to everyone, including her friends, while keeping her identity a secret?

Starting Middle School is rough for Autumn after her one and only BFF moves to California. Uncertain and anxious, she struggles to connect with her new classmates. The two potential friends she meets could not be more different: bold Logan who has big ideas and quiet Cooper who’s a bit mysterious. But Autumn has a dilemma: what do you do when the new friends you make don’t like each other?

When Autumn is picked to be the secret voice of the Dear Student letters in the Hillview newspaper, she finds herself smack in the middle of a problem with Logan and Cooper on opposite sides. But before Autumn can figure out what to do, the unthinkable happens. Her secret identity as Dear Student is threatened. Now, it’s time for Autumn to find her voice, her courage, and follow her heart, even when it’s divided. 

Dear Student by Elly Swartz - Spotlight
Dear Student by Elly Swartz – Spotlight

Dear Student by Elly Swartz

Genre: Young Adult || Published February 15th 2022 by Delacorte

AUTHOR BIO

Elly Swartz

Elly Swartz loves writing for kids, Twizzlers, and anything with her family. She grew up in Yardley, Pennsylvania, studied psychology at Boston University, and received a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.

Author Link: Website

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