Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 336
Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm
An absorbing read in which the author's knowledge and research of learning disabilities always ensures an authentic voice. * BookTrust *
an enthralling story of resolve and grit... a moving and uplifting novel. * The Guardian *
Passionate and inclusive, it's a compelling quest for love and independence. * The Observer *
Darbon's portrayal of Rosie and Jack is bright with emotional connection. The language comes over as authentic, and took me on Rosie's journey inside her head, not as an onlooker, but someone looking at the world from the inside out. * Linda Wilson, Crime Review *
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