You want to ask a boy out on a date but what if he says no? Your best friend suddenly isn't talking to you. Your clothes don't fit. Your family just doesn't understand you. You don't understand yourself either. One minute you're happy and the next you're sobbing into your pillow. Does this sound like you, or someone you know? Then read on... Margaret Clark is one of Australia's funniest writers for young people. She has worked as a teacher and a university lecturer and at the Geelong Centre for Alcohol and Drug Dependence. Her novels for older readers include The Big Chocolate Bar, Fat Chance, Hot or What, Famous for Five minutes and triology about the Studley Family: Hold my Hand, or Else !, Living with Leanne and Pullling the Moves. Back on Track: Diary of a Streetkid and Care Factor Zero, two searing novels for young adults, have become bestsellers. Margaret lives in Geelong and enjoys reading, sailing and working with the family dog. She now writes full-time.