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Paperback 256 Pages / Published: 12/03/2020
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The powerful story of two siblings trying to survive extreme poverty by the multi-award-winning, Waterstones Children's Book Prize-shortlisted author of Boy 87 Lola's life is about to become unrecognisable. So is Lola. Everything used to be comfortable. She lived in a big house with her family, where her biggest problems were arguing with her little brother or being told she couldn't have a new phone. But as one disaster follows another, the threads of her home and family begin to unravel. Cut off from everything she has known before, Lola must find a new way to survive. Now, an ordinary girl must become extraordinary.

Publisher: Pushkin Children's Books
ISBN: 9781782692553
Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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Whispering Stories

“Absolutely beautiful. Must read book”

Thirteen-year-old Lola lives in a nice house with her younger brother Amit and her father who owns a factory. One day their father heads out of town to see a supplier. When he doesn’t return the children believe he... More

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“Brilliant and important”

I was a huge fan of Ele Fountain’s first book, Boy 87 (a hugely under-rated upper-MG must-read if you ask me) so I was really excited about this.

We meet Lola as she searches for her brother, Amit, after they’ve... More

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