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928 miles from home

928 miles from home

Slater, Kim (Writer of children's book), author

14 year old Calum Brooks has big dreams. One day he'll escape this boring life and write movies, proper ones, with massive budgets and A-list stars. For now though, he's stuck coping alone while his dad works away, writing scripts in his head and trying to stay 'in' with his gang of mates at school, who don't like new kids, especially foreign ones. But when his father invites his new Polish girlfriend and her son, Sergi, to move in, Calum's life is turned upside down. He's actually sharing a room with 'the enemy'! How's he going to explain that to his mates? Yet when Calum is knocked down in a hit-and-run and breaks both legs, everything changes. Trapped at home, Calum and Sergi slowly start to understand each other, and even work together to investigate a series of break-ins at the local community centre

Hardback, Book. English. Young adult fiction. Teenage Fiction. General. Fiction 13+.
Published London: Macmillan Children's Books, 2017
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Kim Slater
ISBN: 1509842195, 9781509842193
Intended audience: Adolescent.
Physical Description: 317 pages ; 21 cm
Subject: AR4.8; ARMY+; Accelerated Reader; AR4
Alternative Title: Nine hundred and twenty eight miles from home