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Being Miss Nobody: A review

Being Miss Nobody was an incredibly emotional and heartfelt book that genuinely made me laugh and cry. The rollercoaster of emotions as Rosalind battles her selective mutism and goes through the journey of having a sick little brother deeply touched me.

I would really recommend reading it because it shows the importance of having a good friend and owning up to your mistakes and correcting them. My favourite character is definitely Rosalind’s little brother. He is ill, but he has such a happy-go-lucky personality and is cheerful no matter how sick he feels. I would really urge you to read this if you’re into books that pull at your heart strings.

By Speak Out Team member
Photo credit: Book covers: Usborne Publishing Ltd. Background by Ron Lack via Pexels

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