Maybe We’re Electric by Val Emmich

Gr. 9-12 Tegan has a limb difference. Born with a hand having only two fingers, she’s been made to feel that she’s inferior and a source of horror. As a result, she harbors anger over many aspects of her life, mollifying her mood through the secrets she keeps. Mac Durant, on the other hand, is the perfect athlete that Tegan’s always hated and fantasized about. When an early evening snow-storm brings the two together at the New Jersey museum where Tegan works (the Thomas Edison Center in Menlo Park), a night of surprises unfolds. [Read the full review here]