How to Be Brave - How To Be (Paperback)
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How to Be Brave - How To Be (Paperback)

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Paperback 304 Pages / Published: 01/07/2021
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Calla's mum has never been normal. She's been known to go out in a lab coat and slippers and often forgets to perform basic tasks because she's been thinking about ducks. When a job offer arrives to study her beloved birds in the Amazon rainforest, Calla knows her mum has to go. Nervously, she agrees to go to boarding school. She quickly learns that trouble is afoot in this odd convent school. A mean new headmistress is imposing horrible rules and making everyone eat Brussels sprout cake, and the students are itching to revolt. As Calla makes new friends and gets drawn into their rebellious plot, she keeps waiting for her mum to call. She will, won't she? Exuberantly funny and brimming with heart, How to Be Brave is a riotous celebration of the power of resourceful girls, stories and the right biscuit at the right time.

Publisher: Pushkin Children's Books
ISBN: 9781782693253
Number of pages: 304
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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“Friendship, mystery and....ducks”

This book was utterly lovely and is surely destined to be a modern classic. Daisy May Johnson pays homage to Hodgson Burnett, Blyton, Streatfeild and Ibbotson yet also crafts an entirely original story that is truly... More

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