Tough Girl by Libby HeilyDanger lurks everywhere in eleven year old Reggies world—from the bully next door to the unwanted attentions of a creep at school. Raised by her mentally ill mother, Reggie is left to fend for herself. She escapes in daydreams, battling aliens with her alter ego, Tough Girl.
When Reggies mother disappears, her fantasy life spirals out of control and starts to invade reality. She is hunted by a creature of her own design, and even Tough Girl is not strong enough to stop him.
Will Reggie survive long enough for her mother to return, or will her dream world take over?
This book contains adult themes and adult language.
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In , author Lilliam Rivera made a splash in the world of young adult literature with her debut novel, The Education of Margot Sanchez , a Pretty In Pink- esque story set in the Bronx. Now, Rivera is back with a very different story: Dealing in Dreams is a dystopian novel about sisterhood, class, and the length to which a person will go to create a life of stability and security for themselves. Dealing in Dreams is set in Mega City, where year-old Nalah leads the area's fiercest all-girl crew. But Nalah quickly realizes that this quest may force her to do the unthinkable — and she must decide if it's worth it to get what she has always wanted: a home. Dealing with Dreams is available now wherever you buy your books.
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