Good Enough: A Novel

This is a novel written in the first-person about a 12-year-old girl's experience in eating disorder treatment. It does a good job of avoiding eating disorder behavior modeling, which is often a problem with books about eating disorders. The protagonist struggles with recovery, and the book does a good job of portraying the experience through her eyes. It involves some struggles with family and parents, but not in a blaming way. In the end, the protagonist finds reasons to recover and feels strong enough to face the world in recovery.

This is a good book for parents who want to understand eating disorders from the inside and is also appropriate for young adults who are interested in the topic.

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