A wonderfully warm and wise story about identity, fresh starts and coming face-to-face with yourself, from top notch tween writer Karen McCombie.
Ketty was technically dead for two minutes and thirty-nine seconds, according to the doctors who saved her. She's on the mend but she can't remember anything about her life before the accident. But people are treating her really weirdly, and Ketty just can't shake the feeling that something is really wrong. When her new friend Otis reveals that pre-crash Ketty was a horrible bully, she has to make a decision about what kind of person she really is.
Karen McCombie is the bestselling author of nearly 90 books for children and teenagers, including the series Ally's World, Stella Etc, Indie Kidd and novels An Urgent Message of Wowness and The Raspberry Rules. Before becoming an author she worked for teen magazines such as J17 and Sugar. Originally from Scotland, she lives in London with her husband, young daughter and assorted cats.
Children’s & educational
Paperback - B format
8 - 12
Children's, Teenage & educational