Quit It

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Quit It is a 2002 novel by Marcia Byalick about a young girl living with Tourette syndrome (TS). It was her first novel for Delacorte Press. The book centers on Carrie, a seventh-grade girl who has just been diagnosed with TS. Targeted to early teens, Quit It explores Carrie's struggles to cope with TS while trying to fit in with her peers.[1]


  1. ^ Quit It. Tourette Syndrome Association. Retrieved on August 21, 2009.

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