- Author: Donna David
- Series: Two Sides II
- Publication Date: 30 Apr 2019
- Key Stage: 3, 4
- Interest Age: 13+
- Year Group: 8, 9, 10, 11
- Reading Age: 8–9
- Format: Single Copy
- Type of Book: Fiction
There are always two sides to every story.
Lucy is leaving for university tomorrow and she and Dan aren’t talking.
Dan wants to sort it out. Lucy used to be the best big sister. But if she can’t support him in the biggest decision of his life, he doesn’t know how they can ever make up.
Lucy needs to face up to her own prejudices and fears. Can she do it for the sake of her brother or is it too late?
After a hugely successful first series we are delighted to announce that we are back with the new fiction series Two Sides II.
Each title in this modern reluctant reader series is comprised of two first person narratives. One ‘bystander’ narrative presents a narrow perspective of the main character, usually coming from a place of ignorance or prejudice. The other narrative is voiced by the main character, revealing the broader reality of their situation and what it’s really like to be in their shoes.
The plots in this series are character-driven and focus on friendship and relationship issues, as well as other situations to which teenagers can relate. Each book has an impactful cover that will attract reluctant readers to the drama unfolding inside each title.
|Series||Two Sides II|
|Publication Date||30 Apr 2019|
|Key Stage||3, 4|
|Year Group||8, 9, 10, 11|
|Type of Book||Fiction|