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Big Girl
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‘Watch out, world. Here I come!’For Victoria Dawson, growing up isn’t a happy experience. Born to picture-perfect parents, she never feels pretty enough to meet their expectations. But when her parents have a second child, Victoria is thrilled - she can’t help but adore her new baby sister Gracie. And since Gracie is the image of them, her parents finally have the perfect daughter they always wanted. Meanwhile Victoria still never seems to get it quite right – she battles with her weight, she’s told she’ll never find a man if she’s too clever, and the one career she feels passionate about her parents don’t approve of.And so Victoria decides to move to New York to fulfil her dreams and escape her family. Though her new life is exciting, the old temptations remain, and she continues to w..
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Sold ByRandom House Publications
AuthorSteel, Danielle
ISBN-139780552159012
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish

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Big Girl

‘Watch out, world. Here I come!’ For Victoria Dawson, growing up isn’t a happy experience. Born to picture-perfect parents, she never feels pretty enough to meet their expectations. But when her parents have a second child, Victoria is thrilled - she can’t help but adore her new baby sister Gracie. And since Gracie is the image of them, her parents finally have the perfect daughter they always wanted. Meanwhile Victoria still never seems to get it quite right – she battles with her weight, she’s told she’ll never find a man if she’s too clever, and the one career she feels passionate about her parents don’t approve of.And so Victoria decides to move to New York to fulfil her dreams and escape her family. Though her new life is exciting, the old temptations remain, and she continues to wage war with the scales.Victoria struggles to find a life far from the hurt and neglect of her childhood, the damage created by her parents, the courage to find freedom, and become who she really is at last.
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