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Emma Shevah

  • 5 stars across 6 books
    5th April 2018

    What Lexie Did

    Lexie lives in London with her colourful Greek-Cypriot family - and she's devoted to her fragile cousi... More

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    6th August 2015

    Dara Palmer's Major Drama

    Meet eleven-year-old Dara Palmer. She loves dancing and dreams of being a world-famous actress - which means she h... More

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    6th March 2014

    Dream On, Amber

    Amber Alessandra Leola Kimiko Miyamoto. As if her name made up for being tiny, half Japanese and half ... More

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    5th April 2018

    Dara Palmer's Major Drama

    Meet eleven-year-old Dara Palmer. She loves dancing and dreams of being a world-famous actress - which... More

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    5th April 2018

    Dream On, Amber (reissue)

    Amber Alessandra Leola Kimiko Miyamoto. As if her name made up for being tiny, half Japanese and half ... More

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    5th September 2019

    Hello, Baby Mo! A Bloomsbury Young Reader

    Adam wanted a brother. Instead he got a sister called Mo and now his house is full of new stuff and all of it is for the... More

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      Lies. There are all sorts of different lies; big lies, little lies, white lies. Everybody lies. The problem comes with knowing when and what it’s ok t...

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      I sat down to start reading ‘What Lexie Did’ thinking that I would just read a few chapters before doing all the other things on my to do list for the...

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      Dara Palmer's Major Drama

      Dara Palmer dreams of stardom on the big screen and idolises the actors who play out her dreams.  The problem is, she doesn't quite have the acting ta...

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