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Rebecca Westcott

  • 5 stars across 6 books
    Rebecca Westcott was born in Chester. She went to Exeter University to train as a teacher and has had a variety of teaching jobs that have taken her to some very interesting places, including a Category C male prison. She started writing a diary when she was eight years old, although she had no idea that one day her entries would be used to help her write a book. Rebecca currently teaches in a primary school and lives in Dorset with her husband and three children. Dandelion Clocks is her first book.
    2nd May 2019

    Can You See Me?

    With diary entries written by eleven-year-old Libby Scott, based on her own experiences of autism, this pioneering... More

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    2nd April 2020

    Do You Know Me?

    Tally is autistic and proud. She used to feel like she had to hide her autism, but now Tally is determined to make... More

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    6th March 2014

    Dandelion Clocks

    Dandelion Clocks by Rebecca Westcott will be loved by fans of Jacqueline Wilson, Cathy Cassidy or Annabel Pitcher.... More

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    5th March 2015

    Five Things They Never Told Me

    Five Things They Never Told Me is story to be felt and not forgotten, from Rebecca Westcott, author of Dandelion... More

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    3rd July 2014

    Violet Ink

    Violet Ink by Rebecca Westcott, author of Dandelion Clocks , is a beautiful and brilliant story of two sisters, w... More

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    1st July 2021

    Ways to Be Me

    From the bestselling author duo behind Can You See Me? comes this exceptional portrayal of autism diagno... More

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