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Minor Perception: Summer Class

Minor Perception: Summer Class

Rebecca Skinner


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Do you remember what it was like to be a child in an adult's world?
It's September 2019 and the beginning of a new year at Mimosa Primary School.
Holly, Louise, Otterlie and Bertie are looking forward to being in Year Five, Summer Class, with its charismatic young teaching assistant, Mr George. None of them yet having ever heard of coronavirus.
As the year unfolds, each of them must face their own personal challenges. Dysfunctional families, gangs of local predators and the usual school bullying all take their toll. Suddenly, come the spring, everybody must face an unprecedented threat.
Narrated from four different viewpoints, this portrayal of everyday life for modern children is a timely reminder of how precarious childhood really can be and what a struggle it is to keep it protected.

ISBN : 978-1-80074-737-1

Published: 26/01/2023

Pages : 164

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Rebecca Skinner

Rebecca is the sole parent to three awesome children, two of whom are now adults. She lives in West Sussex with her youngest daughter and the family dog. Having spent many years working with children in schools and sadly witnessing the daily struggles that these young people endure, Rebecca is amazed at what they take in their stride. Although working from home during the pandemic, Rebecca was inspired to use the opportunity to write Minor Perception in her snatches of free time.

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