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Natasha Farrant

  • 5 stars across 8 books
    Natasha Farrant Biography
    Natasha Farrant was shortlisted for the Queen of Teen Award 2014, and the second Bluebell Gadbsy book, Flora in Love, was longlisted for the Guardian Children's Prize, while the third, All About Pumpkin, was WHSmith Book of the Month. Natasha is the author of the Carnegie-longlisted and Branford Boase-shortlisted YA historical novel The Things We Did For Love. She lives in London with her family.
    5th July 2012

    Life Cycles: Rainforest

    Each book in this essential series reveals the life cycles of ten animals in a particular habitat. The life cycles link ... More

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    3rd September 2015

    After Iris: The Diaries of Bluebell Gadsby

    It's hard being the normal one in such a crazy family. Bluebell's life is chaotic: Mum and Dad are always away, the new... More

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    3rd September 2015

    Flora in Love: The Diaries of Bluebell Gadsby

    It's hard being the normal one in such a crazy family. Bluebell and her family are about to hear life-changing news. T... More

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    3rd September 2015

    All About Pumpkin: The Diaries of Bluebell Gadsby

    The third heartfelt installment in this beautifully-crafted, sassy new series that will make you laugh and cry. It's ha... More

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    4th August 2011

    Life Cycles

    Whether you're watching a seed sprout, an egg hatch, or a puppy grow, the process of a new life starting is endlessly fa... More

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    7th May 2015

    The Things We Did for Love

    France: February, 1944. Arianne knew Luc as a child, of course she did. Everyone in Samaroux knows each other. But h... More

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    1st September 2016

    Lydia: The Wild Girl of Pride & Prejudice

    A spirited, witty and fresh reimagining of Jane Austen's Prideand Prejudice! Lydia is the youngest Bennet sister a... More

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    5th September 2019

    Eight Princesses and a Magic Mirror

    Here are eight princesses for the Rebel Girls generation: bold, empowered, full of curiosity, adventure and determ... More

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