Stephanie Jimenez’s coming-of-age novel ‘They Could Have Named Her Anything’ is eye-opening for both teens and adults

Stephanie Jimenez’s coming-of-age novel ‘They Could Have Named Her Anything’ is eye-opening for both teens and adults

Stephanie Jimenez‘s debut novel They Could Have Named Her Anything is about a Latinx teenager named Maria Anís Rosario coming into her own sexually as she grapples with racial and class issues that many members of the community are facing today. It is an honest and raw insight into what it’s like to be a girl in today’s world.

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