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Living for today. It’s a nice idea. But right now, today is a write-off. Stevie and her mum can barely even afford to switch on the lights. Mum’s disability benefits are being cut. Now they’re stuck on the breadline in Lewes, with a huge vinyl collection to cheer them up – and Mum’s depression to drag them back down. But Stevie won’t be beaten that easily. Today might be a bit of a stinker, but there’s always tomorrow. She’s still got her dreams of making music, and her dad’s 1980s records to keep her inspired. Then Stevie meets Hafiz – a talented footballer who has fled the war in Syria. He’s lost a lot, but he’s still looking forward. Together, they can take on the world…
- An uplifting and topical story of friendship, unity and hope
- Highlights the problems faced by young carers and refugees
- Siobhan Curham’s many books include The Moonlight Dreamers
- She won the Young Minds Award for her YA novel Dear Dylan
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