I recently read the book Camo Girl by Kekla Magoon. In this book, a girl named Ella lives with her grandmother and mother. Her mother is only home on weekends because, she works the rest of the week. Ella's father died a few years ago. Ella's face is light brown and dark brown, that's why the kids tease her and call her Camo Face, or CF. Her only friend is Z. Z is very smart and also lost his father, his father left Z and his mom. When a new boy, Bailey moves to town Ella becomes friends with him when he is the only other African American kid in their school. Z starts to get jealous, and Ella must decide on what to do about it. She must also decide to stay friends with Z, or start hanging with the other kids. I thought this book was very sad, but I liked it even though it almost made me cry. If you don't like sad books, I would not recommend this book to you. The genre is realistic fiction because people actually have this skin condition and the events in this book could actually happen. Someone who would like this book, is someone who enjoys books about social rankings and bullying. Both of these things happen in this book. It is more of a girl book, so I wouldn't recommend it to boys, but they may enjoy it. This book is mainly a man vs self because, Ella is debating herself on sitting with Z or the other kids. Overall, I loved this book even when it was sad and totally recommend.