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Two very different boys, one new family, a shared struggle and a big secret. Ryan didn't want a new mum, let alone a new brother! But when his parents split up and his dad moves in with Naomi, she comes with Tommy - one year older, chucked out of his old school and now joining Ryan's class. Great. Suddenly sharing a home and a classroom with a complete stranger is a bit much. Flung together, the two boys clash, but gradually realise that they are more similar than they thought. Prize-winning Malcolm Duffy's third novel explores the joys and challenges of dyslexia in a story full of his hallmark heart and humour. 'Duffy has a talent for imparting serious ideas entertainingly' Sunday Times Children's Book of the Week, on Sofa Surfer

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9781800241701
  • ISBN: 9781800241701
  • Pub Date: 12th May 2022
  • Publisher: Head of Zeus
  • Imprint: Zephyr
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number of Pages: 304

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About Malcolm Duffy

 Malcolm Duffy is a Geordie born and bred. His first novel,  Me Mam. Me Dad. Me.  , was inspired by his time at Comic Relief, visiting projects that support women and children who have suffered as a result of domestic abuse. It was shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Prize 2019, longlisted for the Branford Boase Award, selected for World B

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