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Jenna's Truthav Nadia L King95Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.Our closest friends are the people we trust the most. We tell them our secrets and share our lives with them. But, what happens if our friends and our secrets turn against us? Jenna's Truth, inspired by Amanda Todd's tragic story of bullying, is a book that tells us what can happen when we discover our friends are no longer who we think they are. The internet age offers many opportunities and makes life easier, but it also put us in great danger. Every post creates a digital trail that can't always be erased. Nadia L. King has woven together a contemporary teenage story, a lesson of empathy and self-awareness, and a tale about the dangers of digital life to create a book that is utterly captivating. Jenna's Truth is both bleak and full of hope.
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When Zaytoon wakes up feeling sad, she goes on a search to find her smile. From the kitchen to the garden, Zaytoon searches high and low to eventually discover her smile - it's smiling at her from her reflection in the window! The Lost Smile is a ...
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A new generation of children... They are not afraid of taking responsibilities any more, but they are rather keen on addressing problems. Claire is one of them. The moment she sees the broken swing and the cracked slide in the children's park in h...
Australian author, Nadia L King was born in Dublin, Ireland. She is a children's author and short story writer who believes passionately in the power of stories to make the world a better place. Her books for children include "Claire Malone Changes the World" (an empowering and inspiring picture book for young children) and "Jenna's Truth" (a real and raw story of cyberbullying for young adults). Nadia's short stories have been published in Australia and internationally, and she is the winner of the 2019 Stuart Hadow Short Story Prize. Nadia is currently undertaking postgraduate studies in English and creative writing. She lives in Western Australia with her family and her ever-expanding collection of books.