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The faraway truth
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The faraway truth

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781912626380

Publication Date: 5 Mar 2020

Subject: Children's novels

Suitable for: Primary

When Zoe gets a letter on her 12th birthday from the prisoner father she's never met, she begins to investigate his case further but getting to the truth proves harder than she thought.

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Summary

When Zoe gets a letter on her 12th birthday from the prisoner father she's never met, she begins to investigate his case further but getting to the truth proves harder than she thought.

Zoe Washington never met her father, who was sent to prison right before she was born. When she receives a letter from him on her twelfth birthday, it's a huge surprise.

Zoe's mom always told her that Marcus was a liar, a monster, but he sounds nice. Zoe starts to investigate the crime - and the deeper she digs, the more she doubts the conviction. Is her father innocent? Or is he a liar? Zoe is determined to find out.

NOTE : published in the US under the title "From the desk of Zoe Washington". US spellings have been anglicised.

Category
JF
Subject
Children's novels
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5 Mar 2020
Edition
Original
ISBN
9781912626380
Binding
Paperback
Pages
280
Width
128mm
Height
198mm
Weight
216g
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