If being 16 is difficult enough in one body, it’s hard to imagine just what life is like for “A,” the genderless protagonist of David Levithan’s Every Day. A wakes up each morning in the body of a different teenager, experiencing life through that person’s eyes for 24 hours. A’s life has always been this way. A has a strict policy of interfering as little as possible with the lives he borrows, but the rules change when A falls for the beautiful and sensitive Rhiannon. At its heart, Every Day is about important questions: does love really conquer all? Can you love someone – unconditionally – regardless of what they look like?