Fig Swims the World (Paperback)
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Fig Swims the World (Paperback)

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Paperback 384 Pages / Published: 02/04/2020
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Fig Fitzsherbert is good at a lot of things: making lists, playing the piano, advanced mathematics. But it's never quite enough for her high-flying mother, who every New Year's Day sets Fig an impossible resolution.
So one year, Fig decides to set her own challenge instead: she's going to swim her way round the world. There's just one tiny problem ... Fig can't swim.
Taking it one length at a time, Fig embarks on the adventure of a lifetime. But with her mother closing in, will she be able to keep her head above water and complete her challenge?
A quirky coming-of-age story, perfect for fans of Katy Birchall, GEEK GIRL and SUPER AWKWARD.

Publisher: Little Tiger Press Group
ISBN: 9781788951531
Number of pages: 384
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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“Brilliant debut”

Fig’s mother is overpowering, shortsighted and domineering to the point of cruelty.
Each January she sets resolutions for her daughter but these are goals that Fig is not at all interested in.
This year she is signed... More

Paperback edition
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“Inspiring teen read”

Fig’s mother is overpowering, shortsighted and domineering to the point of cruelty.
Each January she sets resolutions for her daughter but these are goals that Fig is not at all interested in.
This year she is signed... More

Paperback edition
Helpful? Upvote 6

“Finding friendship, courage and confidence”

Fig is clever, she lives at home with a younger brother, Mum and Dad. But she is bullied at school, pushed to do more study at home by her mother and is generally fed up. She is 15 and wants more. Her mother has come... More

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