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    Publisher: MONSTROUS REGIMENT

    Duck Feet

    £8.99
    ISBN: 9781916117921
    AuthorEly Percy
    Pub Date26/02/2021
    BindingPaperback
    Pages416
    Availability: In Stock

    Duck Feet is a coming-of-age novel, set in the mid-noughties in Renfrew and Paisley, Scotland.

    It follows the lives of 12-year-old Kirsty Campbell and her friends as they navigate life from first to sixth year at Renfrew Grammar school. This book is a celebration of youth in an ever-changing world. It uses humour to tackle hard-hitting subjects such as drugs, bullying, sexuality, and teenage pregnancy. But moreover, it is a relatable and accessible portrait of figuring out who you are, plunging into the currents of life, and most of all, finding hope.

    By celebrated Scottish author Ely Percy, this is a relatable, quirky, and sometimes heart-wrenching story that paints an authentic portrait of growing up working class in Scotland.

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    Duck Feet is a coming-of-age novel, set in the mid-noughties in Renfrew and Paisley, Scotland.

    It follows the lives of 12-year-old Kirsty Campbell and her friends as they navigate life from first to sixth year at Renfrew Grammar school. This book is a celebration of youth in an ever-changing world. It uses humour to tackle hard-hitting subjects such as drugs, bullying, sexuality, and teenage pregnancy. But moreover, it is a relatable and accessible portrait of figuring out who you are, plunging into the currents of life, and most of all, finding hope.

    By celebrated Scottish author Ely Percy, this is a relatable, quirky, and sometimes heart-wrenching story that paints an authentic portrait of growing up working class in Scotland.

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