I don't fitin my familyor at schoolI have friendsbut sometimes even theythink I'm weird.I say dumb thingsI wear stupid clothesI can't make my hair behavesome days the whole worldlooks wrong to me.Told in the form of a verse novel, Sherryl Clark brings to life all the beauty, vulnerability and pain of twelve-year-old emotions. Dawn doesn't know where she belongs. It's not with the style queens at school. And it's not at home, where all her parents do is fight. Even her best friend, Emily, doesn't seem to want to be best friends any more. With words that are more like snapshots, Sherryl lets us into Dawn's world: a world that is dark at times, but can also feel like 'sunlight'.