The Moonlight Dreamers (Paperback)Siobhan Curham (author)
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An unforgettable story of friendship, self-belief and love. Amber, Maali, Sky and Rose are not like everyone else and they don't want to be. Becoming friends gives them the courage to be themselves. An inspirational, heart-warming book about four girls trying to find their place in the world.
Siobhan Curham celebrates very different but like-minded friends in this captivating novel. Amber craves excitement and adventure. Instead, she's being bullied at school for having two dads, and life at home isn't much better. Inspired by Oscar Wilde, Amber realizes that among the millions of people in London, there must be others who feel the same as she does; other dreamers - moonlight dreamers. After chance encounters with Maali, Sky and Rose, Amber soon recruits the three girls to the Moonlight Dreamers. It's high time they started pursuing their dreams, and how better than with the support of friends?
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 300 g
Dimensions: 200 x 129 x 25 mm
'A inspirational, heart-warming book about four girls trying to find their place in the world. Siobhan Curham celebrates very different but like-minded friends in this captivating novel.' - Blog of a Bookaholic
'A charming and inspirational story about friendship, dreams and being true to yourself.' - BookTrust
'A promising first novel with no lack of heart and soul.' - School Library Association
'A heart-warming story told from the point of view of four girls, who feel they don't fit in. [...] An inspirational story about friendship, life and finding your place in the world. A story that will have significance for many teenagers. * Carousel *
'In her moving and inspiring story Siobhan Curham addresses the needs of teenagers today through the wonderful power of dreams the imagination.' - The School Librarian
'I liked all the characters, and although they were all different, I could relate to them and I started to know, like and worry about them, just like friends. I was kept reading right to the end and I would definitely recommend this books to my friends.' - Teen Titles, reader review
'Dealing with issues of grief, bullying, self-confidence and consent, this book hand;es many topics without feeling preachy. With its diverse cast and positive depiction of the power of friendship, this is an inspiring and encouraging read for younger teens.' - Children's Books Ireland
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