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Like Mother, Like Daughter?

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Fourteen wide-ranging stories that get to the heart of some of the complexities of the relationships between girls and their mums. Poignant stories like The Dolphin Bracelet , funny stories like Making it Up and painful stories like Missing Out which explores the choice Iz has to make when she rejects her mother’s overtures and opts for the cheerful chaos of living with her father and step brothers instead. There is something for everyone in this warm-hearted collection of insightful stories. (10+)

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Like Mother, Like Daughter? by

Feature fourteen stories that explore the mother-daughter relationship in a variety of different ways. Heartwarming, funny, challenging and tragic, the stories in this collection reflect the complexity of the mother-daughter relationship. Some will make you laugh, others will make you cry.

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Kingfisher Books Ltd

Publication date

20th February 2006

ISBN

9780753411469

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