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A-Z of YA Mental Health Reads #3

I have done two of these posts in the past and with a new year means new books that feature mental health. So it's time for an update! So let's get started... 

They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera 
All Of the ABove by Juno Dawson 
Hold Still by Nina La Cour
Daris the Great is Not Okay by Adib Khorram
BEfore I Let Go by Marieke Nijikamp
Learning To Fall by Marcella Pixley 
Turtles All the Way Down by John Green 
Are We All Lemmings & Snowflakes? by Holly Bourne 
I Way Lost My Way by Gayle Foreman
Clean by Juno Dawson 
We are Young by Cat ClarK
The Goldfish Boy by Lisa Thompson 
Bad RoMance by Heather Demetrios 
Release by Patrick Ness 
I Was Born For This by Alice Oseman
SParrow by Sarah Moon  
MosQuitoland by Davi Arnold 
WoRries Go Away by Kes Gray
Starfish by Akemi Dawn Bowman
Top Ten by Katie Cotugno 
Don't ToUch by Rachel M. Wilson 
Reasons To Stay AliVe by Matt Haig  
White Rabbit, Red Wolf by Tom Pollock 
The Astonishing Colour of After by Emily X. R. Pan 
See You In The Cosmos by Jack Cheung  
CraZy by Amy Reed

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