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All the Money in the World

by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald

Can you buy happiness? A timely and gripping story about privilege, identity and little white lies from bestselling Waterstones Children's Book Prize and Specsavers Children's Book of the Year shortlisted author Sarah Moore Fitzgerald.

When Penny meets old Violet Fitzsimons from the big house next door, her life changes dramatically. Penny briefly escapes her damp, tiny flat, her indifferent teachers and her unhappy mother, and learns to play the piano with Violet.

Then, when she gets an unexpected chance to attend the exclusive Pearlbourne Academy, she sees it as a sign that her fortunes are changing for good.

Surely now all her problems will be solved? She'll find her way out of being bullied, and the shame of being poor. Soon she's pretending she's the same as the other pupils.
But in order to fit in, what has she left behind?

'By a deservedly acclaimed Irish author, All The Money in The World contains great storytelling with a moral core.' - Nicolette Jones, Sunday Times

'A masterfully plotted and beautifully wrought rags-to-riches fable' - Donal Ryan, Irish Independent

320 pages.

ISBN: 9781510104143

€ 9.99 

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Date of Publication: 29/06/2021

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