Dancing Queen by Charlotte Roth . This is such a fun read. Fiona Madsen has always dreamed of being a dancer until on her 7th birthday her mom told her “Fat Girls” can’t dance. She is again basically told she’s fat when her work wants her and her coworker Stu to participate in a support group for people with “Health Issues”. She and “skinny” Stu connect over their opposite issues and Stu suggests they enter a dance competition to help with their “health issues”. Stu & Fiona realizes they have so much in common and they really hit it off but when all your life you’ve been told you can’t do something and then your own sister threatens to have you disqualified from the competition Fiona wanders if its really even worth trying. This is such a positive body image book and I loved every second of it. You won’t be disappointed.
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