Disposable Girl by Nancy Rust
A Story of Bullying and the Quest for Acceptance

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Savanna thinks her life can’t get any worse when her parents divorce and she moves to another state, leaving her best friend and the only life she’s ever known behind. But she’s wrong. Devastated and depressed by her parents’ divorce, she is caught in a web of bullying and social isolation in her new school. She finds solace and validation in her “Book of Words,” where she collects words to reflect her mood and circumstances.

Savanna decides missing school is the answer to her problems and devises a scheme to dupe her teacher into thinking she’s sick. Events spiral out of her control and she ends up in more trouble than she expected. Join Savanna as she struggles to gain acceptance and rise above her circumstances.

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Published June 5, 2012 by Copper Iris Books. 114 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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