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Author: Maryam Master  

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A uniquely narrated, moving story about a young refugee trying to find his place in the world - from the author of Exit Through the Gift Shop.

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A uniquely narrated, moving story about a young refugee trying to find his place in the world - from the author of Exit Through the Gift Shop.

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Description

Hero doesn't feel like a hero, but sometimes she feels as if the universe is asking her to be one. When Aria, a mysterious boy who never EVER speaks, starts at school and is picked on by His Royal Thug-ness Doofus (Rufus), Hero and her bestie Jaz feel compelled to help. But they're far too chicken to actually do anything heroic, so they befriend Aria and try to uncover the truth about him.What happened to his voice?Where did he come from?What are those three dents on his middle finger?This is the story of a 12-year-old refugee who's trying to establish a new life in Australia, grapple with his past and, most importantly, find his voice.'Cos, boy, does he have a story to tell.

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About the Author

Maryam Master was born in Iran and moved to Australia when she was nine. She is a screenwriter and playwright who loves creating shows for young audiences. Maryam has adapted three of David Walliams' books for the stage - Mr Stink, Billionaire Boy and The Midnight Gang - as well as Oliver Jeffers' The Incredible Book Eating Boy, all of which premiered at the Sydney Opera House and toured across Australia. She also collaborated with Australian Children's Laureate Leigh Hobbs on Horrible Harriet: Live on Stage. Maryam is the author of Exit Through the Gift Shop. No Words is her second novel.

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Product Details

Publisher
Pan Macmillan Australia | Pan Australia
Published
26th July 2022
Pages
224
ISBN
9781760983529
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