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Patrice Lawrence

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Patrice Lawrence


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Patrice Lawrence is a British writer and journalist, who has published fiction both for adults and children. Her writing has won awards including the Waterstones Children's Book Prize for Older Children and The Bookseller YA Book Prize. ...more

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Rose, Interrupted

3.63 avg rating — 376 ratings — published 2019 — 4 editions
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Splinters of Sunshine

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Granny Ting Ting

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“She could say that she understood what it's like sitting in the waiting room, with that horrible feeling in your stomach, then walking into the ward, eyes straight ahead so you didn't feel like an intruder in all those other stories.”
Patrice Lawrence, Rose, Interrupted



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