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By Any Other Name

'I picked up the book and thumbed through the pages. Names in alphabetical order, names with meanings, names I knew, names I'd never heard of. How to pick? Nothing that would stand out, nothing that would link me to the past - those were the instructions. The past. As if everything that had gone before this moment was buried already.'An original and captivating book for young adults by Laura Jarre...

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Print Length: 368 pages
Publisher: Electric Monkey (April 1, 2013)
Publication Date: April 1, 2013
Language: English
ASIN: B00C271LGG
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One day they were just not there anymore. Scientists are now discovering how young children develop emotionally and intellectually, and are beginning to realize that from birth babies already know a staggering amount about the world around them. book By Any Other Name Pdf. Different backgrounds, different paths. When he was a kid, Jeffrey always dreamed of growing up to draw comics and make books for a living—and now he’s living that dream. But otherwise there are some nice thoughts and feelings in the story, though it's difficult to peg what exactly the piece is striving to achieve between the silly humor and the somber sadness of its various parts. His profiles of the main players are surprisingly detailed, brutally honest, and fascinating. As a novelist, Adams has what I consider the right stuff—a keen psychological and social intelligence and the ability to move the action forward to consequences that sometimes surprise but never shock the attentive reader.
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“Holly is new. In fact everything about Holly is new. It had to be that way after her autistic younger sister, Katie, noticed the white car and her life went crazy. She was nearly killed during the disaster that followed her impulsive act. Now, she an...”

t, nominee of the Waterstones Children's Book Award and the Carnegie Children's Book Award.Holly is fifteen years old, but she’s only been “Holly” for a matter of months. Because of something that happened, she and her family have had to enter witness protection and have all assumed new identities. All, that is, except her sister Katie, who is autistic. Starting at a new school mid-term is hard enough at the best of times, and Holly has no clue who she is any more. Lonely and angry, she reaches out to friends – new and old. But one wrong move will put all their lives in danger.Laura Jarrett is one of the finest authors writing books for teens in Britain today. Fans of Jenny Valentine's Double and Keren David's When I Was Joe will love this heart-stopping thriller.Look out for Laura's other books: Louder than Words, Skin Deep, and In Another Life.Laura Jarratt was born in Salford and has lived all over the UK. Although her favourite subject was English, she accidentally studied Science at university. She finally settled in rural Cheshire, where she lives with her family and is owned by a ginger cat with no tail.By day, she works in education because it’s never boring and by night, she writes for young adults because they’re the most interesting people in the world.Skin Deep, was shortlisted for the Waterstones Prize and the the YA category of the Romantic Novelists Association.Praise for By Any Other Name‘Intensely romantic, really thrilling . . . Of the 60 or so books I've read so far this year, this is one of the very, very best.’ Bookbag‘I loved it and I can’t stop raving about it.’ Guardian