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Megan Book Two: And then there were two

Written by Mary Hooper

Part of the Megan Series

Featured Books for 13+ readers General Fiction

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Having had a baby at fifteen, Megan has to make the most difficult choice. Everyone thinks she shouldn’t keep the baby but Megan feels quite differently. Can she really bear not to? What choice Megan should make and how she can cope with it is a challenging dilemma beautifully handled by Mary Hooper. There are three titles in the Megan series, all of them short but brilliantly written and totally addictive.

 

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Megan Book Two: And then there were two Synopsis

The hugely compelling sequel to Megan, who, at age 15, has discovered in her 'Personal Development' class that she is 5 months pregnant. With the first book ending with Megan giving birth, the sequel describes what Megan decides to do with the baby (yes she keeps it) and also how she copes in her first six months as a young mother - as her life is completely turned around.

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ISBN: 9781408802960
Publication date: 16/03/2009
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781408802960
Publication date: 16th March 2009
Author: Mary Hooper
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 192 pages
Suitable for: 13+ readers
Genres: General Fiction

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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