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Book of the Month

Suitable for 9 - 12 years

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We have chosen Can You See Me? as our Teen Book of the Month for Summer – an insightful and compelling story of autism that readers won’t want to put down. Co-written by blogger Libby Scott, an eleven-year-old living with autism, it charts her struggles to fit in and adapt to a world that doesn’t fully understand her. Libby’s voice brings enormous authenticity to this powerful read, which explains her struggles with compassion and accuracy as it documents the tricky transition to secondary school. The other author is Rebecca Westcott, who has won acclaim for her books Dandelion Clocks and Violet Ink. Presenting a highly autobiographical story in fictional form, this book is guaranteed to get children reading out of curiosity, enjoyment and a desire to understand others. Perfect for teens and confident younger readers of 9+.

Product Details

Catalogue number

400 in EU Teen May 2019, 361 in EU Primary May 2019, 914 in EU Teen Summer 2019 and 789 in EU Primary Summer 2019







Date published

May 2nd, 2019

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  • 368 pages


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  1. Mary
    on 6 May 2019

    It's fantastic

    It's quite intriguing because she is the same age as me and is like me but have mental problems like my brother but he has ADHD which is different and show who you truly are

    5out of 5

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