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This uplifting and beautifully illustrated gift book from award-winning actress Jenna Ortega will inspire you to lean into faith and love and family during life's most difficult, and most joyous, moments.
I want you, my readers, to know that you are not alone. We are in this together.
This collection from actress Jenna Ortega is filled with Jenna's own original quotes and affirmations, alongside intimate, personal stories about growing up Latina in Hollywood, working through depression, falling in—and out of—love, losing close family members, and so much more.
Jenna has had to balance her acting career, her private life, and public expectations from a young age, and she’s learned that the only way to get through it all is to wake up every morning and affirm her commitment to herself, her faith, her mental health, and her family. In this honest and moving debut, she shares openly and intimately what it means to live this life of self-appreciation.
Jenna's vulnerability will remind readers that there’s power within us all and we are not alone in our struggles.
About the Author
Jenna Ortega is an award-winning actress and media personality. Jenna's rise to stardom began in 2014 when she was cast as Young Jane in the Golden Globe-nominated series Jane the Virgin. She also played the lead in Disney Channel's Stuck in the Middle, starred in season two of Netflix's You, and voices one of the main characters on Disney Junior's animated series Elena of Avalor. Her upcoming films include Jennifer Garner's Yes Day, Netflix's The Babysitter: Killer Queen, and Songbird. Jenna is the new face of Neutrogena, and she also partners with charitable organizations such as the National Bullying Prevention Center, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, and the Geena Davis Institute. Find Jenna on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @JennaOrtega.
"The short sections and fast pace makes this an effortless read ... Readers will enjoy Ortega’s down-to-earth advice and optimism." —School Library Journal
“Earnest and vulnerable.” —Kirkus Reviews