Redwood and Ponytail

Redwood and Ponytail

Told in verse in two voices, with a chorus of fellow students, this is a story of two girls, opposites in many ways, who are drawn to each other; Kate appears to be a stereotypical cheerleader with a sleek ponytail and a perfectly polished persona, Tam is tall, athletic and frequently mistaken for a boy, but their deepening friendship inevitably changes and reveals them in ways they did not anticipate.

Title:Redwood and Ponytail
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    Redwood and Ponytail Reviews

  • mindful.librarian ??

    (free review copy via @kidlitexchange ) I have loved every book K.A. Holt has written, but this one is by far my favorite. The verse just pops off the page and the story of first love between two very...

  • BookNightOwl

    Told in verse this is a story of two girls one who is Kate a popular Cheerleader and Tam a tall jock who plays volleyball. This deals with a lot of issues such as friendships, family, mothers and sexu...

  • Ivy Moore

    https://bookpeopleteens.wordpress.com...“And when she giggles I see the brownie stuck to her teethand it looks so sweet and gross my insides get warm and melty, a gross undercooked brownie of their ...

  • Lauren

    Redwood and Ponytail is such a beautiful story told in verse, Tam and Kate are so cute, a great F/F LGBTQ+ middle grade book. I liked the unique style of this book, thank you to the publishers for sen...

  • Ann Braden

    This book needs to be on every classroom bookshelf. I LOVED it and each time I visit a school I booktalk it and EVERY SINGLE TIME there is a student (sometimes a girl and sometimes a boy) who yelps in...

  • Brittany Bays

    Amazing. Necessary. Adorable. I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of this book and it exceeded all my expectations! I can't wait for this book to be out in the world for young readers to get their ha...

  • Christany

    I feel incoherent with emotion about this book. I mostly wish that I'd had a sibling as kind and loving as Kate's...the kind of sibling who would have your back when you try to tell your family who yo...

  • Anniek

    I read an eARC of this novel through Netgalley, in exchange for my honest review.I generally adore verse novels, so when I came across a sapphic verse novel in a blogpost by Dahlia Adler, I immediatel...

  • Julie Jaeger

    Redwood and Ponytail is a beautiful book. Written in verse, this is a necessary tale of two girls falling in like and discovering themselves. It is a story about emotional connections, between the two...

  • Scarllet ? iamlitandwit

    It makes me think thatif something feelsso perfectly right like this,if the universe can hold usin its hands like this,then of course nothing’s weirdor wrongor different.Throughout my reading of Red...