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Eve Ainsworth

  • 5 stars across 7 books
    Eve Ainsworth is an award-winning teen author and experienced school speaker, with a background working for secondary schools in pastoral and child protection roles. She is the author of several best-selling novels including the award-winning and Carnegie Medal nominated 7 Days.
    5th February 2015

    Seven Days

    School should be a safe place for Jess, a refuge from her difficult home life - but thanks to Kez and her friends,... More

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    3rd March 2016

    Crush

    Love hurts ...but should it hurt this much? Reeling from her mum's sudden departure, Anna finds the comfort she needs in... More

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    1st March 2018

    Tender

    Touching on mental health, family, friendship and the pressures that teenage carers face, as author Cat Clarke say... More

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    1st July 2003

    Damage

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    3rd March 2016

    Crush

    Love hurts ... but should it hurt this much? Reeling from her mum's sudden departure, Anna finds the comfort she ... More

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    6th June 2019

    Lost

    When Alfie Turner loses his mum, it feels like his world is falling apart. She was the glue that held their... More

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    1st November 2016

    Because of You

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