Infinity: A Pocket Money Puffin by Sarah Dessen
  

Infinity: A Pocket Money Puffin

Written by Sarah Dessen
Part of the Pocket Money Puffins Series

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An elegantly turned short story infused with all the passion of the possibilities of a first sexual experience, Infinity thoughtfully explores how a teenager makes a wise and brave choice about forging her own path – even when in the grip of the intensity of teenage emotions. The result is uplifting and almost triumphant. Extracts from two of Sarah Dessen’s novels, Just Listen and That Summer provide a good introduction to her full length books. To view others click here.

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Infinity: A Pocket Money Puffin by Sarah Dessen

Ever felt as if your life is just going round in circles? Sarah Dessen's thought-provoking short story about moving on will resonate with teens everywhere. This is a Pocket Money Puffin for young adults by New York Times number 1 author.

About the Author

Sarah Dessen

Sarah Dessen grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and attended UNC-Chapel Hill, graduating with highest honors in Creative Writing. She is the author of several novels, including Someone Like You and The Truth About Forever. A motion picture based on her first two books, entitled How to Deal, was released in 2003. Her seventh book, Just Listen, was published in the summer of 2005. She lives in North Carolina.

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Format

Paperback
112 pages
Interest Age: From 12

Author

Sarah Dessen
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Author's Website

www.sarahdessen.com/

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Publisher

Puffin Books an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

6th May 2010

ISBN

9780141330778

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