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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

    (1 review)
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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

    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: Turquoise Book Band

    A charming story that many children will relate to, ideal for practising reading at home or in school. Adam wanted a br... More

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    1st April 2021

    How to Save the World with a Chicken and an Egg

    High-spirited Ivy believes she can talk to animals, while Nathaniel, a boarding schoolboy, is obsessed with animal... More

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    • What Lexie Did

      What Lexie Did

      I couldn't put this book down. Well-written and heart-warming, it tells the story of the consequences one lie has on Lexie's huge Greek Cypriot family...

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      What Lexie Did

      This story is a family story about a Greek-Cypriot girl called Lexie, who learnt from her cousin, Eleni, that its ok to tell lies, but soon Lexie real...

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      What Lexie Did

      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...