By Ruhani K. Chhabra
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Leah Karris doesn't know how to cope with the changes in her family. Her teenage siblings and busy parents don't get along at all. Leah herself deals with bullies like Zoe Hawk and tattletales like Angela Hartman, but the worst difficulty that she has to deal with is her own family. When she goes to visit her aunt, uncle, and cousins, she decides to make her family as good as her cousins'. Leah tries hard to fix her constant family fights, but she soon understands something important that she hasn't realized before. Will Leah succeed? Or will things be as horrible as before? Will they continue being the disconnected Karris family?
About the author
Ruhani Chhabra has been writing since she learned how to grip a pencil. She is an 11-year-old girl who wants to teach literature when she grows up. Chhabra wrote this book to express her feelings about her own family that remains to busy to interact with one another. She currently lives with her parents and teenage brother in California.
I recevied a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's review- Get ready for a read that is jammed with emotions and circumstances that are ranging from heartbreaking to uplifting and mixed with everything in between. I had to remind myself the author is only 11 years old, because the writing style is mature older teen kind of tone. and I would think that there might have been some parental help. However it was a good topic and easy to get through.