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Megan Book One: The Biggest Decision of All

by Mary Hooper

'new gen' - Great Fiction for Young Adults

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Tender and thoughtful, Megan charts the welter of complex emotions Megan goes through from the moment she discovers she’s pregnant. At only fifteen she has to deal with the impossibly difficult choices that it throws up as well as coping with how her friends and her mum will react. Mary Hopper writes without prejudice and with great sensitivity. There are three titles in the Megan series, all of them short but brilliantly written and totally addictive.

Megan Book One: The Biggest Decision of All Synopsis

The first in the Megan series, as Megan falls pregnant and has to work out what to do...

Megan, at age 15, discovers that she is 5 months pregnant in her ‘Personal Development’ class. How she copes, the decisions that she has to make, how her family and friends react are all told in a telling, compulsive tale. A tale that pulls no punches and yet is hugely responsible in its narrative. The sequel to follow will tell of Megan’s first year with her new baby.

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ISBN: 9781408803547
Publication date: 16/03/2009
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781408803547
Publication date: 16th March 2009
Author: Mary Hooper
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Format: Paperback
Genres: NewGen - YA Fiction,
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About Mary Hooper

Says of herself: I was born in Barnes, South West London, which became expensive and trendy as soon as I left it. I often – nostalgically and rather lazily – use Barnes as a setting for my books. If I speak of a river then I’m thinking of the Thames, and if it’s a park or common then I picture Barnes Common. I was able to utilise all these local points and bring in Mortlake and Richmond, too, when I was writing two books about Queen Elizabeth I’s magician, Dr Dee, who lived in ...

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