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Show Yourself

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Show Yourself by Adeeba Jafri is made up of two groundbreaking pieces of YA fiction that draw inspiration from real life to promote mental health awareness in teenage readers In Show Yourself, the story of a missing phone runs parallel to a story about friendship, hurt and the importance of talking about how you feel. In A Wound Like No Other, Jafri further explores themes of love, isolation and the complexities that exist within a conservative Muslim community. These beautifully written stories centred around mental health have an ensemble of relatable characters who find themselves in difficult positions. Their dilemmas and actions will strike a chord in every reader and will stay with you long after you turn the last page.

Author Biography:

Adeeba Jafri is a Pakistani-American writer, teacher and IB Coordinator from New York, currently based in Doha, Qatar. A graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University, she has authored multiple children's books: The Baby Garden, The Path that Allah Made, Alia and the Story of the Rose and A Zoom with a View. Her writings have been featured in various blogs and literary journals, including BluntMoms, YourTeenMag, Fahmidan Journal, The B'K magazine, Raising Mothers, Prohze, Agapanthus Collective, and Poetically Yours. Show Yourself is her first collection of young adult novellas.
Release date NZ
July 15th, 2021
Author
Pages
124
Interest Age
From 13 to 18 years
Audience
  • Teenage / Young Adult
Dimensions
129x198x8
ISBN-13
9781913615192
Product ID
35154662

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