All the Pieces of Me
Neurodivergent teenager Libby Scott tells us how she became a published author and her partnership with author Rebecca Westcott.
Libby and Rebecca talk about co-authoring, the importance of own voices literature and their latest book All the Pieces of Me.
About All the Pieces of Me
Year 9 can be tough for everyone, but for Tally, it feels even tougher. Make-up, boys, social media, GCSE prep – why is everything starting to feel so different? Tally has always known that being autistic means, some things are harder for her than other people. But becoming a teenager has left Tally feeling like she has no idea who she is anymore.
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