Not Suitable for Family Viewing

The protagonist of Vicki Grant's young adult novel is the daughter of a famous talk show host.

Vicki Grant

Robin lives a happy comfortable life thanks to her famous talk show host mom. But instead of basking in the fame and glory that comes with being her mother's daughter, Robin spends her time alone, watching reruns of her mother's show. When Robin discovers an old high school ring, she is propelled out of her cocoon and into a whirlwind adventure where she discovers the dark secrets to her mother's success.

Not Suitable for Family Viewing is for readers ages 15 and up.

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From the book

My mother is everywhere. I can't believe I used to like it. I guess when you think about it though, why wouldn't I have? It was the most natural thing in the world when I was little. I remember in kindergarten this girl crying because she missed her mother. I didn't get it. I put my arm around her like I was so much older and wiser and said, "Don't worry. That's all right. Just turn on the TV. You'll see your mother then!" It was like having a magic mirror or a guardian angel or Santa's cell number or something. I could see my mother whenever I wanted.

From Not Suitable for Family Viewing by Vicki Grant ©2011. Published by HarperCollins Canada.

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