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Molly’s dreams pull her one way. The folk she loves tug her another. Will she dare to take the plunge? Molly’s dream is so big, so lurid, so wild, that she can’t share it with anyone. She secretly wants to be an Olympic swimmer. Now she’s in the last year of primary school. It’s time to start living life on her own terms – and at last, there’s the chance to compete in a major swimming gala. Thing, is, her best friend Chloe is more of a frenemy really. She’s always playing games with Molly, and she likes to be centre stage. She won’t like Molly making a go of things. Then Molly’s long-lost mum turns up, and she also has an agenda. Aaargh! Now there’s the pressure of fitting in, being popular and dealing with family! Will Molly give up on her dreams in the effort to please everyone?
- A hugely exciting debut with a wonderfully relatable lead character
- A classic underdog story with big themes of friendship and self-image
- Explores the importance of pleasing yourself and resisting peer pressure
- Charli Howard is a model, campaigner and founder of the All Women Project
“A much-needed book that will strike a chord with so many girls – and help them dare to be different.” Jacqueline Wilson
“I loved the voice in this accomplished debut, which touches on important issues of bullying and body dysmorphia.” Bookseller
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