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Product description

Clover Moon’s imagination is her best escape from a life of hardship in poverty-stricken Victorian London. When tragedy plunges her into a world of grief, Clover realizes that everything she loved about the place she called home is gone. Clover hears of a place she could run to, but where will she find the courage – and the chance – to break free? And could leaving her family be just what she needs to find a place that really feels like home?

Introducing the brilliant and brave new heroine from the wonderful world of the bestselling and award-winning Jacqueline Wilson.

Product Details

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9780857532732

Publisher

Doubleday Children's Books

Date published

October 6th, 2016

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.0; Middle years; 13.0 points

Other details

  • 320 pages

Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Jacqueline Wilson

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Nick Sharratt

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  1. dim10011
    on 29 November 2020

    Great book! #Favourite book

  2. Casie321
    on 7 April 2018

    Amazing !

    5out of 5
  3. bookunicorn16
    on 29 December 2017

    This book is awesome, although it is sometimes touches on quite serious issues, I would recommend it to girls and boys age nine plus.

    4out of 5