Rookie on Love

Rookie on Love

A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Featuring exclusive, never-before-seen essays, poems, comics, and interviews from contributors like Jenny Zhang, Emma Straub, Hilton Als, Janet Mock, John Green, Rainbow Rowell, Gabourey Sidibe, Mitski, Alessia Cara, Etgar Keret, Margo Jefferson, Sarah Manguso, Durga Chew-Bose, and A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Featuring exclusive, never-b...

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Title:Rookie on Love
Author:Tavi Gevinson
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:0448493993
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:288 pages pages

Rookie on Love Reviews

  • Jenny
    Nov 06, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

  • Ocean
    Mar 11, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

  • Meli
    Feb 16, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

    RTC!! 2/5/18; Full review:https://mindofabookdragon.wordpress.c... This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and...

    This book wasn't about a whole story in perticular. It portrayed love through poems, letters, conversations, illustrastions, and multiple other cool creative ways. I really enjoyed this book because it showed love through all different forms, ages, products, people, and just overall in...

    This was one of the best books I?ve read in 2018 (marking 42/60 books). I have so many reasons to praise and recommend this read, from the small and logical to the feels and sense of ?being understood?. This format is different than past large set yearbooks from rookie. Thi...

    The fact that I personally didn't completely love reading this book, in NO WAY discounts how incredibly elegant and beautiful every single piece of writing in this book was. The stories were very intense, and not necessarily written to engage the reader, but instead of convey an idea, ...

    wowza. i know rookie is marketed toward teenage girls, but many of the authors were my age (21) and older and there was definitely a ton of wisdom applicable to any age. it's been YEARS since i've absolutely devoured a 250+ book in a number of days and i'm so happy to have done that wi...

    I did both received an ARC and buy the actual book for Rookie On Love by Tavi Gevinson. This book contains a ton of short stories and poems all about Love, hence the name Rookie on Love. These are just two of the short stories and the summaries I post on them on my Blog. If you would ...

  • sara
    May 17, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

  • KatieBookQueen
    Mar 11, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

  • Pip
    Jan 29, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

  • Emily (Obsessed Reader)
    Apr 16, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

  • Anna
    Jul 25, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

    RTC!! 2/5/18; Full review:https://mindofabookdragon.wordpress.c... This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and...

    This book wasn't about a whole story in perticular. It portrayed love through poems, letters, conversations, illustrastions, and multiple other cool creative ways. I really enjoyed this book because it showed love through all different forms, ages, products, people, and just overall in...

    This was one of the best books I?ve read in 2018 (marking 42/60 books). I have so many reasons to praise and recommend this read, from the small and logical to the feels and sense of ?being understood?. This format is different than past large set yearbooks from rookie. Thi...

    The fact that I personally didn't completely love reading this book, in NO WAY discounts how incredibly elegant and beautiful every single piece of writing in this book was. The stories were very intense, and not necessarily written to engage the reader, but instead of convey an idea, ...

    wowza. i know rookie is marketed toward teenage girls, but many of the authors were my age (21) and older and there was definitely a ton of wisdom applicable to any age. it's been YEARS since i've absolutely devoured a 250+ book in a number of days and i'm so happy to have done that wi...

    I did both received an ARC and buy the actual book for Rookie On Love by Tavi Gevinson. This book contains a ton of short stories and poems all about Love, hence the name Rookie on Love. These are just two of the short stories and the summaries I post on them on my Blog. If you would ...

    I'm guessing this is marketed towards younger women/girls, typically in their teens. But I definitely had to pick this one up because of some of the writers featured in it, and of course general Rookie love too. This is surely a lovely compilation of everything love. It features a ...

    i?m gonna have to reread some of these, because each piece sort of feels like its own book, so it?s tough to remember everything exactly... this is very empowering for young women and after some of the pieces, I felt floored and amazed ? but some just seemed so incredibly dense i...

    I thought I was going to like this book more, but I didn't really enjoy it. It was good at first, and I was enjoying the poems and the stories, but then it got so confusing. SO confusing. I would find my mind wandering as I was reading, and I couldn't focus on the message the authors w...

    Rookie on Love embraces the appearance of speaking to readers who may have an idea about love but need to finish their pre-calculus homework before 10pm. That is actually okay because our knowledges of love are certainly not correlated to the stage of life that we find ourselves lost a...

  • Rebecca
    Aug 25, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

  • Sophie
    Feb 04, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

    RTC!! 2/5/18; Full review:https://mindofabookdragon.wordpress.c... This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and...

  • Nat
    Jan 25, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

  • Sonaksha
    Jan 24, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

    RTC!! 2/5/18; Full review:https://mindofabookdragon.wordpress.c... This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and...

    This book wasn't about a whole story in perticular. It portrayed love through poems, letters, conversations, illustrastions, and multiple other cool creative ways. I really enjoyed this book because it showed love through all different forms, ages, products, people, and just overall in...

    This was one of the best books I?ve read in 2018 (marking 42/60 books). I have so many reasons to praise and recommend this read, from the small and logical to the feels and sense of ?being understood?. This format is different than past large set yearbooks from rookie. Thi...

    The fact that I personally didn't completely love reading this book, in NO WAY discounts how incredibly elegant and beautiful every single piece of writing in this book was. The stories were very intense, and not necessarily written to engage the reader, but instead of convey an idea, ...

    wowza. i know rookie is marketed toward teenage girls, but many of the authors were my age (21) and older and there was definitely a ton of wisdom applicable to any age. it's been YEARS since i've absolutely devoured a 250+ book in a number of days and i'm so happy to have done that wi...

    I did both received an ARC and buy the actual book for Rookie On Love by Tavi Gevinson. This book contains a ton of short stories and poems all about Love, hence the name Rookie on Love. These are just two of the short stories and the summaries I post on them on my Blog. If you would ...

    I'm guessing this is marketed towards younger women/girls, typically in their teens. But I definitely had to pick this one up because of some of the writers featured in it, and of course general Rookie love too. This is surely a lovely compilation of everything love. It features a ...

  • Laura
    Jan 05, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

  • Deimaris ☾
    Jun 26, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

  • Lindsay
    Jun 25, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

    RTC!! 2/5/18; Full review:https://mindofabookdragon.wordpress.c... This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and...

    This book wasn't about a whole story in perticular. It portrayed love through poems, letters, conversations, illustrastions, and multiple other cool creative ways. I really enjoyed this book because it showed love through all different forms, ages, products, people, and just overall in...

    This was one of the best books I?ve read in 2018 (marking 42/60 books). I have so many reasons to praise and recommend this read, from the small and logical to the feels and sense of ?being understood?. This format is different than past large set yearbooks from rookie. Thi...

    The fact that I personally didn't completely love reading this book, in NO WAY discounts how incredibly elegant and beautiful every single piece of writing in this book was. The stories were very intense, and not necessarily written to engage the reader, but instead of convey an idea, ...

    wowza. i know rookie is marketed toward teenage girls, but many of the authors were my age (21) and older and there was definitely a ton of wisdom applicable to any age. it's been YEARS since i've absolutely devoured a 250+ book in a number of days and i'm so happy to have done that wi...

    I did both received an ARC and buy the actual book for Rookie On Love by Tavi Gevinson. This book contains a ton of short stories and poems all about Love, hence the name Rookie on Love. These are just two of the short stories and the summaries I post on them on my Blog. If you would ...

    I'm guessing this is marketed towards younger women/girls, typically in their teens. But I definitely had to pick this one up because of some of the writers featured in it, and of course general Rookie love too. This is surely a lovely compilation of everything love. It features a ...

    i?m gonna have to reread some of these, because each piece sort of feels like its own book, so it?s tough to remember everything exactly... this is very empowering for young women and after some of the pieces, I felt floored and amazed ? but some just seemed so incredibly dense i...

  • Soph
    Jan 02, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

  • Lunabookaddict
    Aug 20, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

  • Lily
    Jul 21, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

    RTC!! 2/5/18; Full review:https://mindofabookdragon.wordpress.c... This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and...

    This book wasn't about a whole story in perticular. It portrayed love through poems, letters, conversations, illustrastions, and multiple other cool creative ways. I really enjoyed this book because it showed love through all different forms, ages, products, people, and just overall in...

    This was one of the best books I?ve read in 2018 (marking 42/60 books). I have so many reasons to praise and recommend this read, from the small and logical to the feels and sense of ?being understood?. This format is different than past large set yearbooks from rookie. Thi...

    The fact that I personally didn't completely love reading this book, in NO WAY discounts how incredibly elegant and beautiful every single piece of writing in this book was. The stories were very intense, and not necessarily written to engage the reader, but instead of convey an idea, ...

  • Xia Harris
    Nov 05, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

  • Addison
    Aug 06, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

    RTC!! 2/5/18; Full review:https://mindofabookdragon.wordpress.c... This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and...

    This book wasn't about a whole story in perticular. It portrayed love through poems, letters, conversations, illustrastions, and multiple other cool creative ways. I really enjoyed this book because it showed love through all different forms, ages, products, people, and just overall in...

    This was one of the best books I?ve read in 2018 (marking 42/60 books). I have so many reasons to praise and recommend this read, from the small and logical to the feels and sense of ?being understood?. This format is different than past large set yearbooks from rookie. Thi...

    The fact that I personally didn't completely love reading this book, in NO WAY discounts how incredibly elegant and beautiful every single piece of writing in this book was. The stories were very intense, and not necessarily written to engage the reader, but instead of convey an idea, ...

    wowza. i know rookie is marketed toward teenage girls, but many of the authors were my age (21) and older and there was definitely a ton of wisdom applicable to any age. it's been YEARS since i've absolutely devoured a 250+ book in a number of days and i'm so happy to have done that wi...

    I did both received an ARC and buy the actual book for Rookie On Love by Tavi Gevinson. This book contains a ton of short stories and poems all about Love, hence the name Rookie on Love. These are just two of the short stories and the summaries I post on them on my Blog. If you would ...

    I'm guessing this is marketed towards younger women/girls, typically in their teens. But I definitely had to pick this one up because of some of the writers featured in it, and of course general Rookie love too. This is surely a lovely compilation of everything love. It features a ...

    i?m gonna have to reread some of these, because each piece sort of feels like its own book, so it?s tough to remember everything exactly... this is very empowering for young women and after some of the pieces, I felt floored and amazed ? but some just seemed so incredibly dense i...

    I thought I was going to like this book more, but I didn't really enjoy it. It was good at first, and I was enjoying the poems and the stories, but then it got so confusing. SO confusing. I would find my mind wandering as I was reading, and I couldn't focus on the message the authors w...

  • Jocelyn
    May 31, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

    RTC!! 2/5/18; Full review:https://mindofabookdragon.wordpress.c... This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and...

    This book wasn't about a whole story in perticular. It portrayed love through poems, letters, conversations, illustrastions, and multiple other cool creative ways. I really enjoyed this book because it showed love through all different forms, ages, products, people, and just overall in...

    This was one of the best books I?ve read in 2018 (marking 42/60 books). I have so many reasons to praise and recommend this read, from the small and logical to the feels and sense of ?being understood?. This format is different than past large set yearbooks from rookie. Thi...

    The fact that I personally didn't completely love reading this book, in NO WAY discounts how incredibly elegant and beautiful every single piece of writing in this book was. The stories were very intense, and not necessarily written to engage the reader, but instead of convey an idea, ...

    wowza. i know rookie is marketed toward teenage girls, but many of the authors were my age (21) and older and there was definitely a ton of wisdom applicable to any age. it's been YEARS since i've absolutely devoured a 250+ book in a number of days and i'm so happy to have done that wi...

    I did both received an ARC and buy the actual book for Rookie On Love by Tavi Gevinson. This book contains a ton of short stories and poems all about Love, hence the name Rookie on Love. These are just two of the short stories and the summaries I post on them on my Blog. If you would ...

    I'm guessing this is marketed towards younger women/girls, typically in their teens. But I definitely had to pick this one up because of some of the writers featured in it, and of course general Rookie love too. This is surely a lovely compilation of everything love. It features a ...

    i?m gonna have to reread some of these, because each piece sort of feels like its own book, so it?s tough to remember everything exactly... this is very empowering for young women and after some of the pieces, I felt floored and amazed ? but some just seemed so incredibly dense i...

    I thought I was going to like this book more, but I didn't really enjoy it. It was good at first, and I was enjoying the poems and the stories, but then it got so confusing. SO confusing. I would find my mind wandering as I was reading, and I couldn't focus on the message the authors w...

    Rookie on Love embraces the appearance of speaking to readers who may have an idea about love but need to finish their pre-calculus homework before 10pm. That is actually okay because our knowledges of love are certainly not correlated to the stage of life that we find ourselves lost a...

    Book Bingo Category: Play It SAFE Pages: 273 Period: 7 Rookie on Love is a collection of short stories about love, whether romantic or platonic, by many well-known authors and media persons, such as John Green, Hilton Als, Florence Welch among 45 others. This can be love between a...

  • Emma Banbury
    Jan 27, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

  • Kerry
    Jun 15, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

  • Esther
    Nov 16, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

  • Cassidy
    Jan 20, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

    RTC!! 2/5/18; Full review:https://mindofabookdragon.wordpress.c... This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and...

    This book wasn't about a whole story in perticular. It portrayed love through poems, letters, conversations, illustrastions, and multiple other cool creative ways. I really enjoyed this book because it showed love through all different forms, ages, products, people, and just overall in...

    This was one of the best books I?ve read in 2018 (marking 42/60 books). I have so many reasons to praise and recommend this read, from the small and logical to the feels and sense of ?being understood?. This format is different than past large set yearbooks from rookie. Thi...

    The fact that I personally didn't completely love reading this book, in NO WAY discounts how incredibly elegant and beautiful every single piece of writing in this book was. The stories were very intense, and not necessarily written to engage the reader, but instead of convey an idea, ...

    wowza. i know rookie is marketed toward teenage girls, but many of the authors were my age (21) and older and there was definitely a ton of wisdom applicable to any age. it's been YEARS since i've absolutely devoured a 250+ book in a number of days and i'm so happy to have done that wi...

  • Katie Harvey
    Aug 09, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

  • Journey Smith
    Jun 01, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

    RTC!! 2/5/18; Full review:https://mindofabookdragon.wordpress.c... This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and...

    This book wasn't about a whole story in perticular. It portrayed love through poems, letters, conversations, illustrastions, and multiple other cool creative ways. I really enjoyed this book because it showed love through all different forms, ages, products, people, and just overall in...

  • Kat Wawrykow
    Aug 13, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

    3.5 stars, probably. Rookie is known for being age appropriate without pulling its punches and this anthology doesn't fall short. It's wonderfully diverse in form and in contributors. I had a really mixed experience with it, loving some pieces and disliking others, enjoying some for h...

    RTC!! 2/5/18; Full review:https://mindofabookdragon.wordpress.c... This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and...

    This book wasn't about a whole story in perticular. It portrayed love through poems, letters, conversations, illustrastions, and multiple other cool creative ways. I really enjoyed this book because it showed love through all different forms, ages, products, people, and just overall in...

    This was one of the best books I?ve read in 2018 (marking 42/60 books). I have so many reasons to praise and recommend this read, from the small and logical to the feels and sense of ?being understood?. This format is different than past large set yearbooks from rookie. Thi...

  • Ben Truong
    Mar 22, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...

    While this collection is diverse and interesting enough to an adult reader ... this is pretty inaccessible to the intended teenage audience. Teenage readers are not going to slog through intellectualized self evicerations about some adult musing about their 20something love screw up. T...

    i LOVED the rookie yearbooks and was so excited to get this book from the library. but it's strangely boring? which really surprised me? i'm about halfway through and don't think i'm going to finish. i don't know how a collection of essays on an interesting topic written by talented wr...

    It was like a chicken soup for the soul book and it was super cute and refreshing. ...

    I was waiting for more I guess. I enjoyed poetry inside and some of the story/essay. But not all was fit for me I guess. I think this is still a interesting book when you want to read small essay :) ...

    3,5 ...

    Hit or Miss. Favorite essays were ?Against Love Stories?, and ?Past Exposures?. ...

    I wish I had this book as a teenager! It?s perfect for when you?re feeling confused or overwhelmed about the meaning of platonic and romantic relationships. Through poems, illustrations, & heartfelt pieces by women of all ages ?Rookie on Love? gives the reader courage &...

    This anthology has A LOT of stories, and there are some real gems here, especially the Tova Benjamin, Etgar Keret, Gabourey Sidibe, the Rainbow Rowell and John Green conversation, Sally Wen Mo, & Bhanu Kapil. ...

    Rookie on Love is a sweet little anthology about the greatest of human emotions: love. With forty-five contributors of all ages, backgrounds and artistic mediums, it is a darling and diverse collection that captures the very essence of love in the modern world and how it can mean so ma...

    Reviewed at: http://www.queenofteenfiction.co.uk/2... This is a book that really does have something to offer to everyone. A collection of works from various writers and artists, Rookie on Love is packed with a variety of recollections, observations, poems, and even comics, regardin...

    Rookie On Love is an anthology of essays, poems, comics, and interviews focusing on the many facets of love. It is a collection of approximately fifty contributions from a selected myriad authors and artists around. This collection is the exploration of love and the many aspects of lov...

  • Narrative Muse
    Jun 25, 2018

    ?My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.?? Marguerite Duras A single-subject anthology about the heart's most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Touching upon love in all its different variations, from ?a devotional to dogs? (Durga...

    Really, really enjoyed this. As expected, I got a lot more out of some essays than others. But this is a perfect collection of stories and essays for teenagers and twenty-somethings. I'll be re-reading it again for sure! Some of the essays were incredibly beautifully written, inspiring...

    To touch on one subject that is written a ton about and to have me come away with new ways of thinking and new perspectives is something to be excited about. Even though this book was about love, a topic I try and avoid it in fiction, I found myself thoroughly enjoying this anthology. ...

    I love the Rookie books and make a point of collecting every single one. Each Rookie Yearbook promised different stories, poems, and comics about various parts of growing up, and the formatting made for an aesthetically-pleasing read. Although I was somewhat excited to see that Rookie ...

    DISCLAIMER: I did not read every single story in this anthology. My rating is based on the stories I chose to read. I truthfully only picked up this book because of a few specifics authors, and I decided to read the stories that I was excited about. I browsed through the rest of the bo...

    I've got to say that I am a bit disappointed with this collection, I just didn't care for much of the essays or stories. Don't get me wrong, I really liked like ten of them but the rest didn't do much for me, I even skimmed through some of the long ones. This just wasn't what I expecte...

    ? Rookie on Love questions what it means to love and be loved. ? ROOKIE! It's the answer to what my once teenage self needed, and the best digital magazine for young women. The voice of Rookie is one of a friend articulated in pixels and print. It?s teenagers writing for te...