Synopses & Reviews
A gripping novel for teens from a debut author who handles difficult issues with a light touch
"I wrote Coping with Chloe because I am fascinated by the mystery of twins, the way the human brain works and how we come to terms with losing someone very close to us. I was thinking about these things when the character of Anna appeared and started talking. Annas experiences are all very real to her. How you interpret her story is entirely up to you." —Rosalie Warren
Anna and Chloe are twins who share everything, from schoolwork and clothes to fending off the school bully and dealing with their parents' separation. Even Chloe's terrible accident hasn't split them apart. After all, twins have a special bond, right? But Anna is beginning to realize that being inseparable isn't always easy, especially when no one else seems to understand that Chloe isn't really gone. No one, that is, apart from the dazzling Joe, who inconveniently seems to like both sisters. Told through the eyes and mind of 12-year-old Anna, this is a powerful novel exploring the mystery of twins and the process of grieving.
About the Author
Rosalie Warren is a former schoolteacher.