Being the other kid is way too much hard work...
Lena is different from everyone else because of the way she looks, live, talk, and feel.
With three nonchalant elder brothers, two constantly fighting parents who rather beat her silly than help with anything, “the group” bully at school who live to taunt her, and Zoe, a friend she isn’t so sure about, her life is neither fun at home nor school.
Then an extreme assignment is forced on Lena. She must deliver, but how can a poor girl living off the trash of the wealthy and written off as “brainless” take on this extreme assignment? Lena finds a way, and in the midst of it all, she gains much more than a friend. Then Miracle Miller arrives on the scene...
Angie Adeyi is ten years old and currently in fifth grade. Her love and passion for fiction writing have led her to win various writing awards, including 'Author of the Year' award in her school district for four consecutive years.
Angie is hardworking, creative, and talented in diverse ways. Her father, Wole Adeyi, also an author, inspired her into writing and mentors her. She hopes to grow to become a light and a blessing to her world through her works of fiction. “I AM ME” is her first book.
Angie resides in Dallas, Texas with her parents, Wole and Bambo Adeyi, and three siblings.