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Lilah May is always angry. So angry that she's on the verge of being excluded from school, her parents despair of her, and only one person in the world can put up with and understand her violent mood-swings. And that's her best friend, Bindi.

Lilah hasn't always been this way. It all started when her beloved brother Jay disappeared two years ago. No-one has heard from him since. And what no-one realises is that Lilah blames herself.

Lilah's struggling to form relationships and keep her anger under control. But will she ever see Jay again? And is Bindi as trustworthy as she has always believed?

The Taming of Lilah May is a humourous and thought-provoking story, dealing with important issues in a sensative and witty manner.

By the author of Zelah Green, Queen of Clean, which has been shortlisted for the Waterstones Prize, The Nasen/TES Prize 2009 has won the Manchester Children's Book Awards 2010.

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