101 Ways to Dance

  • Pages:152
  • Publisher:Second Story Press
  • Themes:teen sexuality, LGBTQ teens, first love, queer teens
  • Available:09/30/2006
  • Age Groups:Fiction Ages 12+

A quirky collection of stories about teens in lust and in love. From the first stirrings of same-sex desire to paternity questions around a teen pregnancy, 101 Ways to Dance reflects the spectrum of teen sexuality from the sweet to the scary.

These stories are not graphic, they are beautiful and sexy.
– Off the Shelf
These stories are sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, and sometimes disturbing, but always well and sensitively told.
– Hi-Rise
Exudes promise, and it delivers! Each story is simply as beautiful as the one before.
– Canadian Children's Book News
This book will appeal to older teenage readers of both sexes who are making choices about their own sexuality.
– Resource Links
Finding a book that portrays positive sexuality for teens is more difficult than people may think. With stories ranging from sweet to bittersweet to fantastically erotic, this book should be in teen sex-ed programs across the country!
– Tea and Tomes blog
Canadian Library Association Young Adult Canadian Book Award   | 2007  |  Short-listed
OLA Best Bets Top Ten List for 2006 – Young Adult   | 2006  |  Short-listed