Go With the Flow

Go With the Flow

Paperback - 2020
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"Sophomores Abby, Brit, Christine, and Sasha are fed up. Hazelton High never has enough tampons. Or pads. Or adults who will listen. Sick of an administration that puts football before female health, the girls confront a world that shrugs--or worse, squirms--at the thought of a menstruation revolution. They band together to make a change. It's no easy task, especially while grappling with everything from crushes to trig to JV track but they have each others backs. That is, until one of the girls goes rogue, testing the limits of their friendship and pushing the friends to question the power of their own voices. Now they must learn to work together to raise each other up. But how do you stand your ground while raising bloody hell?"--Provided by publisher.
Published: New York, NY :, First Second,, [2020]
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©2020
ISBN: 9781250305725
Branch Call Number: J GN GO
Characteristics: 327 pages :,chiefly color illustrations ;,22 cm
Additional Contributors: Schneemann, Karen - Author


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High school students embark on a crash course of friendship, female empowerment, and women's health issues.

This was the graphic novel I needed when I was in the sixth grade. "Go With the Flow" is the story of four girls struggling to make friends, be friends and stay friends—while also going through puberty. Anyone who has ever menstrated will appreciate the laugh-out-loud humor, cringe-wort... Read More »

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Drea_Biblio_Library Apr 28, 2021

Normalizing menstruation AND showing the power of friendship?! Sign me up! I would recommend this book to parents and tweens, regardless of gender.

Donna_R Feb 14, 2021

Friendship, bullying, activism, period poverty - it's all here.

VaughanPLDaniela Oct 21, 2020

A fantastic graphic novel normalizing the discussion around periods and the myriad ways in which women experience their periods. It is also a powerful story about friendship and embracing the qualities that make us unique. Young readers will be sure to find both comfort and empowerment in this inspiring novel.

IndyPL_TiaJahW Jul 15, 2020

I. LOVE. THIS. BOOK. Even though I'm at the opposite end of the reproductive cycle from the characters in this story, I can relate to each of them as they feel friendship, embarrassment, wonder, indignation, pain, and triumph as they navigate the reality of menstrual periods and high school.The graphic format makes it an easy read, the personalities of the characters are well defined, and their cause is righteous and just. To every female who has had a period, and every female who will, this book speaks to our experience.

Jun 17, 2020

I love this book. It is an exploration of female friendship and empowerment that both women and girls can enjoy. I was able to relate to each character in a different way, which made me eager to follow each girl's storyline. This is a powerful story of creating change and communicating openly, and I truly enjoyed it.

Jun 09, 2020

Gentle story, with the feel of something like the Babysitters Club. It'd be good for a tween that wants to learn/read a bit more about ideas around menstruation. My teen liked it.

ArapahoeTanya Mar 18, 2020

A great graphic novel that explains getting your period, endometriosis, and other "girl"related topics in a manner that is easy for tweens and teens to understand and relate to.


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Feb 02, 2021

Jbooks7 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

Feb 15, 2020

violet_dog_13323 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 6 and 11


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