See Me by Heather Hobbs
Hannah follows the rules, always. The rules at school. The rules at home. But what people don’t know is that Hannah has her own rules. They protect her. Keep her invisible.
And they work-until Chip Cavanagh arrives at her school. Chip doesn’t have rules. Hannah soon learns that being friends with Chip means she can’t be invisible any longer.
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“Hard to put down!”
Five Star Review on Amazon By G dos Anjos
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel aimed at middle years readers. With its very relatable characters mixed in with my own personal memories of those sometimes confusing and difficult years, I wish I had been given a book to read like this back then! It was fast-paced just enough to keep me hooked and looking forward to picking up where I left off the day before. I felt I was pulled into Hannah’s world by the author’s knack for good story telling. Ultimately this is a story of triumph over one’s self that we experience through Hannah, which makes for quite a powerful read. The few loose ends will undoubtedly be resolved in book two of the series, which I am looking forward to reading already.
About the Author
“See Me” is the debut novel of H.R. Hobbs. An educator for nearly thirty years, she began teaching with the goal of sharing her love of books with her students. A mother to three grown sons and grandmother to two little darlings, she resides with her husband in the small prairie town where she was born and raised.
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