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Upside down to Right side up - The story of a girl who lost her self and wants to be found

by Kaylee M. Wilcox
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Summer gets pregnant at sixteen and has know idea what to do with her life. Her fathers kicks her out and she moves in with her boyfriend/ baby daddy. While she's living at her boyfriends house her biological family is ripped apart in so many ways summer can barely remember who they are. Summer faces some difficulties during labor and sees even more stressed because her father won't even come to the babies birth because he can't bare to look at her. And that's not the worst thing that happens. Nick (Summer's boyfriend) gets into a fight with his father and gets kicked out. His sister Julie, does everthing in her power to get Summer Kicked out and the baby in her custody. She succeeds with getting summer kicked out but there in no way Summer is giving up her baby. Summer spent nights on street crubs and alone in alley ways. Until onenight her stepmother found her infront of a Rite Aid close to her house.

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Created on: Jan-13-2013   Last updated:  Apr-03-2013
Format: 5.5"x8.5" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - B&W Book
Theme: Teen    Privacy: Everyone
Preview Limit: 48 Pages
entertainment    mothers    poor    teen moms   
About Author
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Joined: Jan-13-2013

Kaylee M. Wilcox was born to a teen mother. She grew up in her grandparents care. she faced stuggles in her life and she dealed with them through her writing. She was born on November 2,1999. Kaylee bounced between schools for many years. so she didnt have many forever friends. Her 8th grade teacher in the women who encouraged her to write. WRiting was only one of the many things that she loved. She loved Justin Bieber, her family, directing and acting. Enjoy, Live and Remember what she writes.

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