Non Pratt


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Non Pratt started her career working on non-fiction activity books at Usborne, before becoming an editor at Catnip Publishing. Her debut novel TROUBLE shortlisted for the YA Book Prize and the Branford Boase Award, with rights sold to the USA, Germany and Brazil. Her second novel, REMIX came out in 2015 and a novella, UNBOXED for Barrington Stoke in 2016. Her third novel with Walker Books, TRUTH OR DARE will come out in 2017.

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Trouble

3.86 avg rating — 4,202 ratings — published 2014 — 15 editions
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Remix

3.69 avg rating — 892 ratings — published 2015 — 8 editions
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Truth or Dare

3.79 avg rating — 635 ratings — published 2017 — 5 editions
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Unboxed

3.96 avg rating — 605 ratings — published 2016 — 3 editions
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Giant Days

3.75 avg rating — 300 ratings — published 2018 — 4 editions
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Second Best Friend

3.83 avg rating — 147 ratings — published 2018 — 2 editions
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Truth or Dare: Sef's Delete...

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Floored

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Love Hurts

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I'll Be Home for Christmas

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“It's too much to be forgiven when all you want is to be blamed.”
Non Pratt, Trouble

“You can't lose someone who was never there in the first place.”
Non Pratt, Trouble
tags: loss, love

“Of the seminal moments in my life, Careers Day in the autumn of Year 5 is my favorite. Everyone had to dress as whatever they wanted to be once they grew up. I had gone in a tweed jacket and a bow tie, and when Miss Weston asked me what I wanted to be, I told her that I wanted to be the Doctor.

'Shouldn't you be wearing a lab coat and stethoscope like Paul?' She pointed to Paul Black, who was trying to strangle everyone with the stethoscope in question.

Before I could answer, a boy I didn't know from the other class spoke up.

'Paul's *a* doctor,' he explained, giving me a look of approval. 'He wants to be *the* Doctor.'

'Who?'

'Exactly,' we said at the same time, relieved that she understood.

She didn't. We were sent to the quiet table to reflect on why cheeking teachers was wrong.”
Non Pratt, Trouble

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