Tzipi Caton, bestselling author of Miracle Ride, presents Invisible Me, a powerful Jewish novel of pain & healing, and a selective mute's struggle to find her place in a confusing world.
Publisher: Targum Press
Pages in printed book: 271
ISBN of printed book: 978-1-56871-533-9
Price of printed book: $22.99
Dini Braverman doesn't speak.
Not because she doesn't know how, not because she doesn't want to. Because she can't.
Dini is a selective mute.
Faced with teachers who don't know what to make of her and siblings who call her "socially suicidal," Dini is armed with only a pad of paper and a pile of pens to communicate with the people in her life. She must navigate her way through a new school, a rocky relationship with her mother, and classmates who act as if she doesn't exist.
Things go downhill fast. Dini is unjustly accused of a prank she didn't perform, suspended from a school she just entered, and misunderstood by those who love her most.
Can Dini reach past her silence to connect with the people in her life?