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About It's Me, Jaxon! Can You See Me?

It's Me, Jaxon! Can You See Me? is an inspiring middle grade story. If you love quirky characters and stories about friendship and courage, then you'll love this book.

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"Sooo fun! What another heartwarming story. I just love the message behind it" - ARC Reviewer

"Love the illustrations. L. B. Anne writes the best friends groups."  - ARC Reviewer

It's Me, Jaxon! Can You See ME?

Beyond the Bright Sea meets Willa of the Wood.

When being invisible is all they’ve ever known, a genius kid from Brooklyn changes their world.


Everyone has a secret. Mine is a little different because it involves academics. My teachers think I’m uninterested in school. That’s only half true. I admit, school is BORING! I doodle through my lessons because I know everything they’re teaching.


But the truth is—and it’s also my secret—I’m a bonafide genius.
Don’t tell my mom because she doesn’t know yet. The problem is, even twelve-year-old geniuses have bullies to deal with. My friends and I are not just bullied but classified as “nerd zone” and ignored.


On a positive note, I’m going to change all that with a message that will put us in front of the world. So listen up. There’s a lot more to us than the color of our skin, disabilities, looks, or anything else you try to judge us on.


But will the message get to the one person who needs to hear it most? 


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"When I wrote this book, I wanted it to be a fun read but also start a dialogue about the struggles encountered by children who are different. Taking action is not always easy. That’s what I endeavored to reveal in this story. The kids must make a formidable decision—to be brave and stand up for what they think is right. Bravery is difficult. However, it is one of the most critical things we can do. My aspiration is to build awareness about this topic and I pray that kids who are experiencing bullying and feeling alienated will talk about it with someone they trust after reading this story."

 - L. B. Anne

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