About the Book
A sweet contemporary romance about a boy who falls in love with his best friend and the girls who help them get together.
Jamie Peterson has a problem: Even though he tries to keep his feelings to himself, everyone seems to know how he feels about Mason, and the girls in his art class are determined to help them get together. Telling the truth could ruin Jamie and Mason’s friendship, but it could also mean a chance at happiness. Falling in love is easy, except when it’s not, and Jamie must decide if coming clean to Mason is worth facing his worst fear.
In Fan Art, Sarah Tregay, the author of the romantic Love and Leftovers, explores the joys and pains of friendship, of pressing boundaries, and how facing our fears can sometimes lead us to what we want most. Fan Art is perfect for fans of contemporary romances as well as novels like Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan and Openly Straight by Bill Konigsberg.
Educator and Librarian Resources
A sweet, quasi-coming-out love story with a bass line tailored for art and design fanatics. —Kirkus Reviews
The school’s factions are refreshingly nuanced, not stereotyped; a lack of understanding does not equate with meanness. The fact that even with supportive adults, encouraging friends, and a gay-straight alliance, coming out can be a daunting prospect will make this story resonate with readers. —Publishers Weekly
Tregay handles homophobia gently, which, along with the happy ending and refreshingly supportive community, makes this a breezy romance with just enough light drama to keep its feet on the ground. —Booklist
There is a common assumption that romantic stories aren’t important. FAN ART proves unequivocally that this is wrong. A refreshingly honest, dizzyingly sweet story of first love. —Lili Wilkinson, award-winning author of PINK
- ISBN: 9780062243157
- ISBN 10: 0062243152
- Imprint: Katherine Tegen Books
- On Sale: 06/17/2014
- Pages: 368
- List Price: 21.99 CAD
- BISAC1: JUVENILE FICTION / Love & Romance
- BISAC2: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Dating & Sex
- BISAC3: JUVENILE FICTION / LGBT