Offers middle readers a personal look at obsessive-compulsive disorder as one young girl begins her routine of rituals that quickly gets out of control and suddenly takes over every minute of her life. Reprint.
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Very inspirationalUser Review - fashionfun1 - Overstock.com
I really enjoyed this book! I had to read it for one of my college classes but I loved it! It is a very inspirational book. I am a soon to be teacher and it gave me a new light on some things! Read full review
KISSING DOORKNOBSUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
With a trenchant portrait of Tara Sullivan from ages 11—14, Hesser's first novel puts obsessive-compulsive disorder under the microscope. Troubled Tara is preoccupied with orderliness and impending ... Read full review