Emily is the new girl at school. She learns quickly that her first day at a new school isn’t going to go the way she expected. She gets teased about her appearance among other things. At first, Emily thinks that there is something wrong with her, and wonders if there is something she can fix about herself to get the other kids to stop teasing. She soon learns that the problem isn’t her, it’s them. Together with some new friends that she initially overlooks due to her worries, they bring about change at their school with confidence, communication and teamwork.
This book is written by Jessica Arnold, the author of “I am Good at Lots of Things” and “Hello My Name is Rose and this is My Christmas Story”
“Nobody Can Take My Happy Away” is inspired by her own real experiences. Jessica communicates her feelings with this story about how she got her “happy” back and her confidence.
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Book Price: 2.99
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
What is different about Jessica’s books compared to others is that they come from her experiences, thoughts and feelings. She is also a youth author, and has written seven books. Jessica’s books and they are intended to encourage others regarding individuality and making a difference. Not only does she write and share her stories, she also illustrates them. She is a gifted artist with her own unique style.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write what you believe in.
Jessica Arnold has been creating books since she was 7 years old. Her first story, “I am Good at Lots of Things” was completed when she was 12. Jessica’s books are always positive, and she doesn’t hesitate to write about topics that are important to her peers.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The book is inspired by actual events, and Jessica wanted to create a happy ending inspired by measures she feels would have helped her bullying experience. Jessica’s fictional characters are models of who she would like to be. Jessica’s characters face difficulties, disabilities and emotional challenges, but they always prevail, inform and unite people, so in a way, she admires their strength.