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Being Miss Nobody
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Blogging, bullies and online secrets: all the ‘joys’ of being a high school outcast in a half-real, half-virtual world. Nobody likes Rosalind. Nobody listens to her. She’s Miss Nobody, stuck at a secondary school that she hates. (And trust us, the kids there hate her right back.) She’s the weird girl who doesn’t talk: the Mute-ant. And it’s easy to pick on someone who can’t fight back. But maybe Rosalind can fight back – not with fists, but with words. The pen is mightier than a thump on the nose, after all. So Rosalind starts a blog – Miss Nobody. A place to speak up and say what she really thinks. But … oh dear. Is Miss Nobody becoming a bully herself?
- A finger-on-the-button YA tale of finding your own voice
- Tender, sympathetic and funny: great if you like John Green
- Perfectly captures the highs and lows of secondary school life
- Important and topical themes of mental health/social media
June 1st, 2017
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AR book level: 6.1; Middle years; 12.0 points
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