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Ugly Me

Narrated by: Krystal Wascher
Length: 2 hrs and 30 mins
Categories: Teens, Social Issues
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She yells. She curses. She fights. Her classmates say she's difficult. Her teacher's say she's the student from hell...

Randi Lewis isn't your typical seventh-grader. She's a damaged girl with a secret life who just wants to be a normal, happy teenager. And on her first day of seventh grade, she vows to make this the year she turns it all around.

This will be the year that she'll finally let go of her pain and her anger and be happy again. All she has to do is ignore all the mean looks, pointed whispers, trash talk, and name-calling - from kids and adults alike.

It's not going to be easy, but she has to try.

Otherwise, the ugly side of herself she keeps locked away will force its way out. And if that happens, she may never recover....

Authored by an experienced public school educator, this book is a raw, touching look at life through the eyes of one of our nation's many traumatized, suffering children. It's a must-listen for anyone who lives with, works with, or cares for today's kids.

Get it today, and help make the world a better place for children like Randi.

©2019 J.E. Stamper (P)2019 J.E. Stamper

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A look at the life no child should have to live

Ugly Me gives the reader a glimpse into the daily life of a child who has been torn down and forgotten at every turn, yet still moves forward despite it all. This story shows us how important it is for all of us to be kind to one another and what that kindness can mean to a child that is rarely on it's receiving end. It's uncommon to be given this kind of insight into a situation that is often unseen or unspoken about. The author does a wonderful job at putting us in those shoes and proving how important even the smallest of kindnesses can be.