Splash, by Charli Howard ( paperback)
Molly wants to become a champion swimmer. But sometimes friends - and mums - can get in the way. A family drama of friendship and celebrating who you are.
Recommended for girls 9-10.
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New topics for this 10th edition include:
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Peace: Agreements reached across the years
Democracy: Spread of democracy around the world
Minorities: Peoples under threat
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