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Ready for your most amazing year yet? It's in your best interest to kick off 2016 with reads that will make a difference.

16 Inspiring Books You Should Read in 2016

Ready for your most amazing year yet? It's in your best interest to kick off 2016 with reads that will make a difference.

Say no to thinspo, and say yes to loving yourself!

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From Naomi Klein to Lindy West to Roxane Gay, writers are tackling body image in complicated, inspiring and honest ways.

7 great books on body image to add to your summer reading list

From Naomi Klein to Lindy West to Roxane Gay, writers are tackling body image in complicated, inspiring and honest ways.

A Mighty Girl: A collection of books and movies for smart, confident, and courageous girls.

A Mighty Girl: A collection of books and movies for smart, confident, and courageous girls.

The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins - This is my favorite novel of all time.  Brilliantly written and full of plot twists.  A must read.

The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins - This is my favorite novel of all time. Brilliantly written and full of plot twists. A must read.

An Insanely Relatable Book About Body Image. Mona Awad’s debut novel is a total must-read.

An Insanely Relatable Book About Body Image

An Insanely Relatable Book About Body Image. Mona Awad’s debut novel is a total must-read.

I am a tad bit more delicious this year, however I am more wonderful spiritually and that is what MATTERS MOST!!!

I am a tad bit more delicious this year, however I am more wonderful spiritually and that is what MATTERS MOST!!!

High school teacher Kevin English reviews the YA novel BUTTER which he says, "is far from being about the yellow sticks in our refrigerators; it is, instead, about [the main character's] daily frustrations with issues of identity, body image, and friendship." | Nerdy Book Club

Butter by Erin Jade Lange – Review by Kevin English

High school teacher Kevin English reviews the YA novel BUTTER which he says, "is far from being about the yellow sticks in our refrigerators; it is, instead, about [the main character's] daily frustrations with issues of identity, body image, and friendship." | Nerdy Book Club

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