All the Pieces of Me: The fourth powerful story of autism, empathy and kindness from the bestselling authors of Can You See Me?
About this deal
Year 9 can be tough for everyone, but for Tally it feels even tougher. Everything seems to be changing as she and her friends get older. Make-up, boys, social media, GCSE prep - why is it all starting to feel so different? Year 9 can be tough for everyone, but for Tally it feels even tougher. Everything seems to be changing as she and her friends get older. Make-up, boys, social media, GCSE prep – why is it all starting to feel so different?
All the Pieces of Me by Libby Scott, Rebecca Westcott - Waterstones All the Pieces of Me by Libby Scott, Rebecca Westcott -
For 14 year old Tally, starting Year 9 is not proving easy.Attempting to maintain friendships is exhausting, understanding teachers’ expectations is challenging and making sense of all the spoken and unspoken rules of school life is quite simply a nightmare. Plus, being on the autistic spectrum, she finds the combination of shouting, canteen smells, floor polish andfluorescent strip lighting a painful onslaught on her senses. Then, to top it all, best friend Layla announces that she’s moving to the States, leaving a lonely Tally with some tough decisions to make on the friendship front.It appears that there can sometimes be a hefty price tag attached to being accepted in a group - the question is whether it’s one Tally is prepared to pay.Tally has always known that being autistic means some things are harder for her than they are for other people. But becoming a teenager has left Tally feeling like she has no idea who she even is anymore. When Libby's mum shared a short piece of Libby's writing online it soon went viral, with tens of thousands of people saying that Libby's writing helped them understand autism for the first time.
All the Pieces of Me | BookTrust All the Pieces of Me | BookTrust
Perfect for fans of The Goldfish Boy and Wonder Books by Libby Scott and Rebecca Westcott Ways To Be Me Can You See Me? Co-written by an author and a young autistic person, the book introduces us to Tally and her family on the road to a diagnosis.Tally’s story of family, friendship and growing up will resonate with any young person while also busting many an autism myth.Hello Yellow - 80 Books to Help Children Nurture Good Mental Health and Support With Anxiety and Wellbeing - This fictionalised portrayal of a young autistic girl is written by Rebecca Westcott, with diary entries by Libby Scott, making it a truly original and authentic book that will give readers of all ages a deeper understanding of what it's like to be autistic. From the bestselling authors of Can You See Me? comes the fourth exceptional Tally book by Libby Scott and Rebecca Westcott, following on from Ways to be Me, Can You See Me?and Do You Know Me?