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Fifteen-year old Mia lives with her dad in a small rural community. When she discovers that she's pregnant she doesn't know where to turn - her elder sisters have left home, her mum left when Mia was six, her boyfriend, Will, is too scared to be anyhelp and her dad tries to push her into an abortion. Backed into a corner, she runs away and joins two women on a canal boat. Nobody can find her now but she discovers that the women have their own tragic stories. A fire on the boat makes her realise that she must take responsibility for the baby and herself and that home is the most likely place to get help. Her mother re-enters her life and Will's mother involves herself. Mia learns about love and realises how much her father has done for her.
|Publication date:||3rd April 2003|
|Publisher:||Penguin Books Ltd|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Children's / Teenage fiction & true stories, Personal & social issues (Children's / Teenage),|
Julia Green lives in Bath. She has two children of 10 and 13, and teaches creative writing courses for young people and adults. She also works as a home tutor for children who have been excluded from school. She has had a prize-winning short story(adult) broadcast on radio. This is her first novel for young adults.More About Julia Green