Speak Without Words

How can you speak up for yourself if you can’t say your own name?

New high school, same old taunts. Once again branded “C-c-claire,” volleyball-obsessed Claire vows to skip the small talk and prove herself on the court, but when she and her teammates-turned-friends each face their own trials, silence is not an option.

Beth Jones’s hot new boyfriend adds much-needed spice to her life as a sibling chauffeur, but becoming “Jeff’s girl” might mean renouncing her friends.

At six-foot-six, Maite Restrepo can punch out whatever she can’t laugh off, but her fists can’t heal her abuela’s mystery illness.

Everyone says Saafi Khalif will be America’s first Muslim president, but does she have the courage to confront the guys who threatened her student group?

Claire and her friends define team with the word family, but at home, Claire’s family is falling apart. When her bitter aunt threatens eviction and tragedy sparks another family feud, can Claire speak up for herself?

Told in four parts, Speak Without Words may be read by itself or as Book 1 in the Healing Bonds series.

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