Being Miss Nobody (Paperback)
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Being Miss Nobody (Paperback)

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Paperback 384 Pages / Published: 01/06/2017
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Rosalind hates her new secondary school. 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. So Rosalind starts a blog - Miss Nobody; a place to speak up, a place where she has a voice. But there's a problem... Is Miss Nobody becoming a bully herself?

Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781474927277
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 322 g
Dimensions: 200 x 132 x 25 mm

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“An essential read!!”

This review was originally posted at Dual Reads and I received a copy for an honest review.

This is the most Book-Of-My-Life book I have ever read. There were times where it felt like this book was set in the school... More

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“Beautiful, powerful, and important.”

A beautifully written and important book that had me in tears a couple of times. Rosalind has selective mutism, and her new peers at high school think she’s weird. Roz has no friends, a dying little brother and is... More

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Louise at Southampton West Quay

“Enjoyable”

I picked this up because I loved the idea of a victim of bullying becoming a bully, and also because I had never heard of SM before. Selective mutism is a tough one to explain, and because I know I will do a bad job... More

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