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Voices #2: Diver's Daughter - A Tudor Story New Award-winning author/illustrator

by Patrice Lawrence (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 9 - 12 years

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Eve’s a black girl in Tudor London – and she’s diving into a shipwreck… Eve lives with her mum in the Southwark slums of Elizabethan London. They’re just like any other poor family, except that Eve’s mum was stolen from East Africa as a child. When the legendary warship Mary Rose is shipwrecked, a survivor named George Symon tells them some startling news. One of the crew sent to salvage its treasures is an African free diver! The thing is, Eve’s mother knows how to dive, too. If she can team up with this man, they could dive wrecks and make their fortunes together! But it’s not long before all of them are in dangerous water. Can Eve face her terror of water, and dive deep to save her mum?

  • A gripping historical read by top author Patrice Lawrence
  • Part of a new series celebrating unsung voices of our past
  • Patrice is the author of Orangeboy and Indigo Donut
  • Orangeboy won the Waterstones Prize and Bookseller Award

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Catalogue number

293 in EU Primary May 2019


Voices (book 2)







Date published

May 2nd, 2019

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  • 176 pages


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