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How I Live Now: Popular Penguins By Meg Rosoff

How I Live Now: Popular Penguins
by Meg Rosoff

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It would be much easier to tell this story if it were all about a chaste and perfect love between Two Children Against the World at an Extreme Time in History. But let's face it, that would be crap. Daisy is sent from New York to England to spend a summer with cousins she has never met. They are Isaac, Edmond, Osbert and Piper. Ages 10+.
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How I Live Now: Popular Penguins by Meg Rosoff

It would be much easier to tell this story if it were all about a chaste and perfect love between Two Children Against the World at an Extreme Time in History. But let's face it, that would be crap. Daisy is sent from New York to England to spend a summer with cousins she has never met. They are Isaac, Edmond, Osbert and Piper. And two dogs and a goat. She's never met anyone quite like them before - and, as a dreamy English summer progresses, Daisy finds herself caught in a timeless bubble. It seems like the perfect summer. But their lives are about to explode. Falling in love is just the start of it. War breaks out - a war none of them understands, or really cares about, until it lands on their doorstep. The family is separated. The perfect summer is blown apart. Daisy's life is changed forever - and the world is too.

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About Meg Rosoff


Meg Rosoff was born in Boston, USA. A brand new author to Puffin, Meg only started writing a year ago. She has worked in publishing, public relations and most recently advertising but thinks the best job in the world would be head gardener for Regents Park. Meg lives in Highbury, North London.

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GOR000960379
How I Live Now: Popular Penguins by Meg Rosoff
Meg Rosoff
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Penguin Books Ltd
2004-08-05
192
0141380756
9780141380759
Winner of Branford Boase Award 2005 Winner of Guardian Children's Fiction Prize 2004 Short-listed for Booktrust Teenage Prize 2005 Short-listed for Orange Award for New Writers 2005 Short-listed for British Book Awards: Children's Book of the Year 2005 Short-listed for Whitbread Book Awards: Children's Book Category 2004
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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