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Tsunami girl

By: Sedgwick, Julian Kutsuwada, Chie(Illustrated by)

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1913101460 / 9781913101466
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United Kingdom
21 cm 375 pages : illustrations (black and white)
Children / Juvenile  Learn More
Quiz No: 242266, Points 11.00, Book Level 5.10,
Upper Years - Key Stage 3 Learn More

SHORTLISTED for the CARNEGIE GREENAWAY AWARD 2022Fifteen-year-old Yuki is struggling at school with her confidence, and goes to Japan to stay with her grandfather, a well-known manga artist and to whom she is very close.

But during her visit, a calamitous event occurs - the March 2011 East Coast Earthquake and Tsunami - and her beloved Grandpa is lost. Yuki and her friend Taka must make sense of the terrible situation and come to terms with the loss of their life as they knew it - and see that through renewal and with resilience, they can emerge from this tragedy with optimism for the future.

Interwoven with Japanese folk tales, modern-day ghost stories, and the creation of her very own vibrant manga hero, Yuki finds the courage to overcome extraordinary odds, and take her first steps into the world that lies beyond catastrophe. Told through both prose and manga, this story for young adults will touch the heart of any reader. 'Impressive and Original' - Financial Times'Breathtakingly Powerful' - LoveReading


YFB General fiction (Children's / Teenage), YFW Comic strip fiction / graphic novels (Children's / Teenage)

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