Who are you, when you haven't even got a name?
Mud. In her mouth, her nose, her eyes.
Mud in her hair and caked on her neck and her arms.
Mud filling her shoes and seeping through her clothes.
She coughed, spat, tried to clear her throat.
'What's your name?' the voice said again.
Red can't answer. She can't remember the cyclone. She doesn't remember her name, where she lived, who her family might be. What can she do to find out who she is and where she belongs?
Is there anyone she can trust to help her?
A gripping story from Libby Gleeson, one of Australia's best-known and best-loved writers for children, and winner of the 2011 Dromkeen medal.