Soup and Bread by Nonen Titi

For Vonnie, dinnertime means Mum complaining that she’s picky, and school means PE (ugh!) and bullies – but she’s learned to ignore them. But now Mum’s threatening to make soup and bread for every meal – forever – and Frank, the new kid, is picking fights, and Vonnie can’t ignore them. But she can’t do…

asdfsdfvdsvFor Vonnie, dinnertime means Mum complaining that she’s picky, and school means PE (ugh!) and bullies – but she’s learned to ignore them.

But now Mum’s threatening to make soup and bread for every meal – forever – and Frank, the new kid, is picking fights, and Vonnie can’t ignore them.

But she can’t do anything… right? She’s just a kid.

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Five Star Review on by Jayneen Sanders

A well-written book for readers approx 10 to 15 around the very important topic of bullying and eating disorders. Very happy to recommend this book.

About the Author

Writing under the penname Nônen Títi, Mirjam Maclean was born and raised in The Netherlands, has lived and worked in the United Kingdom, the USA and Australia, and currently lives with her husband and children in New Zealand.

She has more than fifteen years experience in mental and physical healthcare and midwifery, is a Registered Nurse and Midwife with the UKCC, has a certificate in Tropical Nursing from the Prins Leopold Institute in Antwerp, and a certificate in professional hypnotherapy.

She has an additional fifteen years devoted to education and the study of psychology, especially the works of Carl Jung and the personality theories associated with him. She has a certificate for teaching from the London School of Modern Montessori, has home-educated her two daughters and holds a degree in philosophy from the University of Otago.

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