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  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Egmont; Original edition (5 July 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1405240547
  • ISBN-13: 978-1405240543
  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 13.3 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 657,031 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I never thought I'd write books for children, but somehow 'Zelah Green' was born and it's been uphill all the way ever since! 'Zelah' won the Manchester Children's Book Awards in 2010 and was shortlisted for the Waterstones, the NASEN and the Young Minds awards too. A sequel to Zelah followed (Zelah Green: One More Little Problem(Egmont) and then two new books published by Frances Lincoln and featuring fourteen-year-old Lilah May (The Taming of Lilah May/Lilah May's Manic Days). 2012 marked the publication of my first ghost novel for teens, 'The Haunting of Tabitha Grey' (Egmont, April 2nd). The novel was shortlisted for seven awards. I had such fun researching this novel in the spooky manor house that inspired it! My latest book deal is with Usborne and my YA novel 'The Earth is Singing' will be published by them in January 2015 to tie in with International Holocaust Memorial Day. The novel features Hanna Michelson, a fifteen-year-old Jewish girl who finds herself caught up in the horrors of Nazi invasion in 1941.By way of contrast I also have a book for children coming out, all about a girl who bakes! 'The Baking Life of Amelie Day' is to be published by Curious Fox in September 2014. My first book on Virginia Woolf, 'Virginia Woolf's Women' is now being published as an e-book
I also offer tuition to aspiring children's author at www.curtisliterary.co.uk


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Little Piggie on 24 July 2010
Format: Paperback
After reading Bk 1 and thoroughly enjoying it, finishing it in just 1 hour, i expected a lot more of the second installment. I have to be honest in saying i was disappointed. Without the fun, crazy characters from forest hill it just isn't the same, even if one or two of them make a reappearance! I think the reason is probably the fact that what made the last book so special was the fact that there aren't many teen diary style books about a girl with OCD, having to go to a kind of rehab...but with the latest edition we go back to your average teen book.
The book itself is far to short, and its over before you can really get your teeth into it!
All in all its not a bad book at all and i'm possibly being a little unfair but after such a promising first book this was a real disappointment!Added to the fact that the blurb gives away half the storyline! I would reccommend you give it a go though, just maybe order it from the library not necessarily spend money on it!
Reviewer Age 14
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By Elle hughes on 22 Jun 2014
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Omg this book is amazing it made me cry and Laugh it's really nice to read books like this I really enjoyed it
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Like the first Zelah Green novel, this one was simple and interesting. Although this one was probably not as memorable as the first, it still held my attention from the start right through to the very end. I don't think this one is developed any more than the first but it's the simplicity of these books that make them enjoyable. Again, this book involves Zelah coping with her OCD along with other aspects of her life and I'm glad that both Caro and Sol made reappearances.
I like these books as they deal with quite serious mental health issues whilst still managing to continue being an easy read. My only slight problem is that these books are very cliché and are based around stereotypical views of the mental illnesses that they cover. However, all in all these are very easy, enjoyable books that I would recommend
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. A. Riaz on 19 July 2010
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If you remember I read and reviewed the first book in the Zelah Green set here and loved it, so when I began the second I was stoked into a world where the old saying 'before things get better they get worse' came into play.

Vanessa writes this book better then her first and it only gets more funky with never ending humour throughout. It explores Zelah in a different light, allowing us to see what makes her OCD worse, and with everything that's going on in her life I don't blame her. I love Zelah's character it reminds me of today's typical teens(without the OCD) stressing about boys, life, family, friends except Zelah is a little more mature in many aspects, she has had to grow up very fast.

Zelah Green is a book series that I would recommend, it highlights many aspects around us. Making those with a problem, want to seek help and those without, to understand that there are many reasons why people out there suffer, they do what they do for a reason. Vanessa Curtis has wrote a truthful book that explores self-harm, depression, and alcoholism, she is never patronising or employing self-improvement trash. A thumbs up from me
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I Loved It! 13 May 2014
By KB - Published on Amazon.com
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I liked this book a lot! Once I saw the first book with this book in the "recommended books" I knew I had to read it! I like how Zelah reunited with people that were in the first book like Caro, Sol, and Fran. I kinda didn't like how they just made Heather a side character who isn't here often. But I LOVED the action with Caro when she destroyed the plants and such.
Really good! 19 April 2012
By CS - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I read this book without reading the first one, and it was really great! I thought I might have to read the first book, but I understood most of it. I would recommend reading the first book just to understand the characters a bit more, even though I haven't read it myself!
More than I expected 28 Jan 2012
By C. Marie - Published on Amazon.com
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When I heard there was a second Zelah, I was a little reluctant to buy it. I adored the first one, and wasn't sure how the story could be expanded. Oh, but it was good. Every chapter brought another surprise. Zelah's trying to have the best Summer ever when Caro just shows up at her door. Her dad is still unemployed and her neighbor/mom/friend is on vacation. Fran still hates her and she just signed up for a dating website trying to get her mind off of Sol, all without her OCD getting in the way. I got this on my kindle accidently after trying to get a sample. I probably would've bought the book anyways, but enough about me- read about Zelah!
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