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Rosalind Jana is winner of the Vogue Talent Contest for Young Writers, finalist of the Hospital 100 Club, winner of the Well-Dressed Award for The Observer Ethical Awards and winner of the Hippocrates Prize for Poetry.
Teens & YA's love to read and are the best authority on how it feels to be a teenager so we asked one of our teen Reader Review Panel members to read and review this title. Here's what Humaira had to say... 'This is a book that I am glad I have had the chance to read it at this age. It's great that others will do so too! I’m a person who would say that they haven’t really had ‘proper’ difficult teenage years, compared to others but that’s not to say I didn’t have it easy. I wore a headscarf when most of my peers didn’t, I was painfully shy (still am sometimes) and I didn’t socialise well. I think Rosalind’s book was amazing; it tackled appearance and loving the way you look phenomenally. That particular chapter/segment appealed to me the most because I’ve always been so conscious, worried about what people thought about the way I dressed, wore my headscarf or even if it matched with what I was wearing. It was a fantastic read and I know it will be helpful for teens today; the writing style is great so it’s easy to read and understand so hopefully a lot of teens will read this without feeling a little lost. Obviously I recommend this for everyone to read!' Humaira Kauser, age 18