If You Don't Have Anything Nice to Say - Leila Sales (Paperback)

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So You've Been Publicly Shamed for fiction YA readers

Product Details

17 May 2018
Supply Source
South Africa


Leila Sales
Paperback / softback
Pan Macmillan Childrens
Number of Pages
196 x 130 x 23mm (240g)


So You've Been Publicly Shamed for fiction YA readers


Before we go any further, I want you to understand this: I am not a good person.

We all want to be seen. We all want to be heard. But what happens when we're seen and heard saying or doing the wrong things?

When Winter Halperin - former spelling bee champion, aspiring writer, and daughter of a parenting expert -gets caught saying the wrong thing online, her life explodes. All across the world, people know what she's done, and none of them will forgive her.

With her friends gone, her future plans cut short, and her identity in shambles, Winter is just trying to pick up the pieces without hurting anyone else. She knows she messed up, but does that mean it's okay for people to send her hate mail and death threats? Did she deserve to lose all that she's lost? And is "I'm sorry" ever good enough?

If You Don't Have Anything Nice To Say is the thought provoking novel from multi award winning author, Leila Sales

Juvenile Fiction

General Subject
Children's Fiction
BIC Classification 1
Personal & social issues: bullying, violence & abuse (Children's / Teenage)
BIC Classification 2
General fiction (Children's / Teenage)

Author Bio

Leila Sales grew up outside Boston, USA, and graduated from the University of Chicago. Now she lives in Brooklyn, New York, and works as an editor for Penguin Children's Books. Her books This Song Will Save Your Life, Tonight the Streets Are Ours and If You Don't Have Anything Nice To Say are published by Macmillan Children's Books. She has also written two previous novels, Mostly Good Girls and Past Perfect.

Review Quotes

A nuanced approach to how the internet encourages the dehumanization of users gives this novel its realistic tone and serves as a strong warning to teens (and their parents) * Publishers Weekly *