Don’t Even Think About It

DontEvenThinkAboutItCoverDon’t Even Think About It

(The O’Brien Press, 2006)

Translations: Spanish, German, Norwegian, Swedish

Age group: 10-13

I was still teaching when I wrote this, and I’m indebted to my excellent students, who reminded me what it’s like to be a 12 year old girl. I had such fun pretending to be that age again, and I’m seriously considering writing a follow-up when I can find the time.

In brief: Liz Jackson is living with her dad since her mum walked out, and things aren’t going well at home. She starts to write a diary, in which she catalogues the ups and downs of being an almost-teenager…

 

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  1. Hi roisin
    You visited our school last week.(st rynaghs ns)
    I would just like to say thank you for sharing your knowledge with us .
    I have one question for you.
    Have you any tips to become a faster reader
    Thank you.
    Rachel Healy

    • Hi Rachel, lovely to hear from you, and I really enjoyed my visit to St Rynaghs. I’m afraid I’m probably the worst person in the world to give tips on being a faster reader, because I’m REALLY slow myself! I wish I could read faster because there are so many books I’m dying to read, but I think you’re either a fast reader or a slow one, and there isn’t much you can do about it, apart from try to find more time to read! I don’t think this will be much help to you, but happy reading anyway, no matter how fast or slow you are! Roisin xx

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