Does my head look big in this?
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Does my head look big in this?
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- Does my head look big in this?
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- Randa Abdel-Fattah ; read by Rebecca Macauley
- trueTeen chick lit
- trueTeenage boy/girl relations
- trueTeenage boys
- trueTeenage girls
- Teenagers -- Family relationships -- Juvenile fiction
- trueAustralian fiction
- Friendship -- Juvenile fiction
- trueHigh schools
- trueIdentity (Psychology)
- trueIslam -- Customs and practices
- trueMelbourne, Victoria
- trueMuslims -- Australia
- Muslims -- Juvenile fiction
- trueRealistic fiction
- trueSelf-discovery in teenage girls
- trueSixteen-year-old girls
- The slide opened and I heard a gentle, kind voice: What is your confession, my child? I was stuffed. The Priest would declare me a heretic; my parents would call me a traitor... The Priest asked me again: What is your confession, my child? I'm Muslim, I whispered. Welcome to my world. I'm Amal Abdel-Hakim, a seventeen year-old Australian-Palestinian-Muslim still trying to come to grips with my various identity hyphens. It's hard enough being cool as a teenager when being one issue behind the latest Cosmo is enough to disqualify you from the in-group. Try wearing a veil on your head and practising the bum's-up position at lunchtime and you know you're in for a tough time at school. Luckily my friends support me, although they've got a few troubles of their own. Simone, blonde, gorgeous and overweight - she's got serious image issues, and Leila's really intelligent but her parents are more interested in her getting a marriage certificate than her high school certificate! And I thought I had problems
- Australian Book Industry Awards, Book of the Year for Older Children, 2006.
- YALSA Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults, 2013.
- Cataloging source
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- Intended audience
- Young adult
- Literary form
- Read by Rebecca Macauley
- Target audience
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