Another unforgettable story for older readers from this bestselling author. April started out in life unceremoniously abandoned in a rubbish bin. Now she's turned 14, she's determined to find out the truth about her history. If only she could remember her original birth mother -- or, maybe, she could even find her. It's not going to be easy but can April forget the old labels and discover who she really is?
An engrossing, engaging and highly moving novel from the acclaimed bestseller Jacqueline Wilson.
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Former Children’s Laureate Jacqueline Wilson first shot to fame with her Tracy Beaker stories and since then has gone on to write more than a hundred books, mostly for children, including popular stand-alone stories such as Double Art and my sister jodie as well as her popular series for teenagers beginning with Girls in Love.
155 pages 12.98 x 1.57 x 19.84 cm paperback
"My daughter adores Jacqueline Wilson's books and says they are all five stars for her! She read this very quickly and enjoyed it a lot. "