In spare, poignant, direct prose, I Hate Everyone paints a nuanced and honest portrait of the complex emotional lives of children.
"I Hate Everyone". In our worst moods, it's a phrase you just want to shout out loud, even if deep down, you don't really mean it. Set at a birthday party, the disgruntled first-person narration portrays the confusing, often contradictory feelings that can sometimes make it impossible to be nice- particularly when what you might need most is for someone to be nice to you. A gorgeous, poetic contemplation, sure to elicit a reaction from readers. A worthy successor to Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible No-Good Very Bad Day.