The Luckiest Girl in the World Literature Guide

Driven by her mother to achieve unrealistic goals in her junior skating career, main character Katie is both angry and ashamed at her inability to meet her mother's—and her own—expectations. Her solution is to internalize her anger and turn it against herself by cutting, a devastatingly common practice among teenagers. The Luckiest Girl in the World by Steven Levenkron, covers important social issues in Katie's fascinating and troubled world.
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