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Collinsflamingo, 2003 - Bereavement - 208 pages
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Tilly's biker mother gave her a doll on her deathbed, but there is something strange about it - something dangerous. It brings Tilly into the path of Jan, a South American boy with his own problems. But there are questions that have not been answered. Is Tilly's mother really dead?

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User Review  - Jenna - Goodreads

Surprisingly deep for a children's book. Highly underrated. Read full review

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User Review  - Holly - Goodreads

I feel bad giving this only two stars, but I'm rating this way because I'm going by the Goodreads definitions for stars - "it was ok." This book was written well and in an interesting way, but it just wasn't my cup of tea. Others might like it a lot more, but it wasn't for me. Read full review


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Nicky Singer is the acclaimed author of six books for children including Feather Boy, which won the Blue Peter award in the U.K. She was co-founder and co-director of Performing Arts Labs, a charity dedicated to training new writers for theater, screen, and opera. She lives with her family in Brighton, England.

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