Tally is autistic and proud. She used to feel like she had to
hide her autism, but now Tally is determined to make sure people
see who she really is.
But now Tally has a new worry - her school trip. And that means
new places, new people and new challenges. She quickly falls in
with the popular girls and is grateful that they don't make a big
deal about her autism, but it's not long before Tally realises
that, while the girls are popular, they aren't very
With a jolt Tally understands that she's not the only one who's
been made to feel like she has to hide her true self. But will
she find the strength to stand up for herself and the people she
knows are being treated unfairly, or will she stay quiet?
And will Tally ever find her people?
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 aMore about Rebecca Westcott