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The Deepest Breath

by Meg Grehan (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 11 - 13 years

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Product description

A heart-tugging verse novel. Stevie’s into reading and sea creatures. She’s also into girls. But she can’t tell anyone… Stevie’s like lots of eleven-year-old girls. She lives with her mum. She loves books. She’s been best friends with Andrew forever, and Stevie’s mum jokes that they’ll get married one day. But Stevie knows that won’t ever happen. There’s a girl at school that she likes more. A lot more. Actually, she’s a bit confused about how much she likes her. It makes her fizz inside in a weird way that’s scary as well as nice. Can girls like girls? Can they even – love them? Stevie daren’t ask. But maybe she can find the answer in a book, and even find a way to tell her mum…

  • A charming verse novel written in a warm, reassuring voice
  • A lesbian / LGBTQ tale of first attraction and coming out
  • Meg Grehan is the award-winning author of The Space Between
  • That book won the Children’s Books Ireland Eilis Dillon Award

Product Details

Catalogue number

495 in EU Teen May 2019

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781912417186

Publisher

Little Island

Date published

May 2nd, 2019

Other details
  • 180 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

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