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Hedda’s pregnant. She can’t believe it. How can she look after a baby? She can hardly look after herself. No exaggeration: she’s broke, alone, living in a grothole and nursing an eating disorder that takes over pretty much her whole life. (It’s even got a name: Nia.) But once she’s over the shock, Hedda realises she wants this baby. And babies don’t really mix with starving yourself. So… she’s going to call a truce with Nia, just until the baby is born. 17 weeks, 119 days, 357 meals. She can do it, one day at a time…
- A brutal, shocking yet heartfelt tale of hope and struggle
- Realistic and gripping look at teen pregnancy and anorexia
- Perfect for fans of Laurie Halse Anderson and Non Pratt
- “Written with empathy and deep compassion” – Bookbag
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