I asked this yesterday on another forum. Someone started a sort of "not so much off topic as no topic" thread so I thought "what the heck".
I lent the book out years ago, and there's no chance I'll see that copy again. The things I can remember about it would make you think it would be easy to find, but Google does not seem to be my friend in this instance.
It was written in the late 90s (possibly early noughties) by a European teenage boy who has, I think, cerebral palsy. It's a sort of memoir of his time in school, so I think it is non-fiction.
I'm having a think about who I could email for advice, but in the meantime, thought I'd try my luck here; any thoughts gratefully received.
Thankyou both for the interest, and thankyou for going to the trouble, fourm member.
I have emailed my nearest Waterstones. I was going to email a few others, but thought, well, they may get their teeth into it and ask other stores themselves. I almost certainly bought it at a Waterstones - Cheltenham, I think, but I've moved away from the area.