Being Miss Nobody

A wonderful story about finding one’s voice.

Ann M. Martin

Rosalind hates her new secondary school. She’s the weird girl who doesn’t talk. The Mute-ant. And it’s easy to pick on someone who can’t fight back

So Rosalind starts a blog – Miss Nobody; a place to speak up, a place where she has a voice. But there’s a problem… Is Miss Nobody becoming a bully herself?


It makes you reflect

I would really recommend this book.  It makes you reflect on how people cope with the problems in their lives.

Lola, Surrey

This book blew my mind!

This wasn't only good to read, but some advice in this book helped me at school as well.

Alex, Surrey


This book encourages me, and probably everyone else, to stand up for ourselves and know that you have a voice.

Tessa, Surrey

A funny, yet touching, book

I learned to tell the truth even if it means you lose a friend or get into trouble; you are NEVER alone.

Sabrina, Surrey

We need to help

I liked the book.  I learned what it feels like to be bullied and what we need to help these people.

Temitope, Surrey

Nobody likes bullies

I like this story because it really shows what bullying means and what it would be like to be Rosalind.

Charley, Surrey

Highly recommended

I liked this book because it tells people that they are never alone and someone will always be there for them.

Emmelien, Kent

About The Author

Tamsin Winter

Tamsin Winter grew up in a tiny village in Northamptonshire where there was nothing to do. Subsequently, she spent her childhood reading books and writing stories, mostly about cats. She studied English Literature and Creative Writing before working in advertising, travelling and teaching in Singapore for a year. She now work as a secondary school English teacher in Leicestershire, where she lives with her young son. Being Miss Nobody is Tamsin’s first novel.