About the Book
The New York Times bestselling author returns with the moving story of a family who learns to overcome betrayal and secrets with courage and love
On the outside, twelve-year-old Jillian Maxwell is the perfect child. She's helpful with chores around the house, gets straight As in school, has plans for college, and stays out of trouble. She seems to have everything a girl could want: a big, beautiful new home, an adoring little sister, a mother who cares about her, and an attentive stepfather.
But inside, Jillian harbors a terrible secret.
Too frightened to tell, convinced that her friends and loved ones, especially her mother, won't understand—and worse, will blame her—Jillian endures her pain in silence, believing that things will get better. However, as time passes and her dilemma intensifies, the bright, hardworking girl becomes sullen and disinterested in her studies. Then, just when it seems she's on the verge of losing everything, Jillian discovers she has more strength than she ever imagined…and the power to change her fate.
With sensitivity and grace, Kimberla Lawson Roby addresses a very real and serious issue, while delivering the inspiring tale of one family's mission to shed light into the darkest corner of their lives.
Educator and Librarian Resources
?Too Much of a Good Thing, a fast-paced tale, is hilarious, heartbreaking, and a blast to read. I was hooked from beginning to end.? (Crystal McCrary Anthony, author of Homecourt Advantage and Gotham Diaries) —
“Too Much of a Good Thing, a fast-paced tale, is hilarious, heartbreaking, and a blast to read. I was hooked from beginning to end.” (Crystal McCrary Anthony, author of Homecourt Advantage and Gotham Diaries) —
- ISBN: 9780061443091
- ISBN 10: 0061443093
- Imprint: William Morrow
- On Sale: 09/08/2009
- Pages: 192
- List Price: 24.99 CAD
- BISAC1: FICTION / General