Please don't hug me / Kay Kerr

By: Kerr, Kay.
Publisher: Melbourne : Text Publishing, 2020Copyright date: 2020Description: 281 pages ; 20 cm.Rating: 12+ years old.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781922268051.Other title: Please do not hug me.Subject(s): AUTISM | ADOLESCENCE | GRIEF | FICTIONGenre/Form: Young adult fiction. | Contemporary -- Young Adult fiction -- Print | Fiction. | Juvenile works. | Young adult works.Summary: Erin is looking forward to schoolies, at least she thinks she is. But her plans are going awry. She's lost her job at Surf Shack after an incident that clearly was not her fault, and now she's not on track to have saved enough money. Her licence test went badly, which was also not her fault: she followed the instructor's directions perfectly. And she's missing her brother, Rudy, who left almost a year ago. But now that she's writing letters to him, some things are beginning to make sense.Kay Kerr's Please Don't Hug Me depicts life on the cusp of adulthood and on the autism spectrum and the complexities of finding out and accepting who you are and what's important to you.
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Erin is looking forward to schoolies, at least she thinks she is. But her plans are going awry. She's lost her job at Surf Shack after an incident that clearly was not her fault, and now she's not on track to have saved enough money. Her licence test went badly, which was also not her fault: she followed the instructor's directions perfectly. And she's missing her brother, Rudy, who left almost a year ago. But now that she's writing letters to him, some things are beginning to make sense.Kay Kerr's Please Don't Hug Me depicts life on the cusp of adulthood and on the autism spectrum and the complexities of finding out and accepting who you are and what's important to you.

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