Paula Rawsthorne

4 children’s books by the writer

Paula Rawsthorne is an exciting new talent in YA fiction. The Truth About Celia Frost, her first novel, is a gripping, entertaining and thought-provoking thriller. Her talent for writing has already seen her become an award winner - one of her first stories won the BBC Get Writing competition and was read by Bill Nighy on Radio 4, and the opening chapters of The Truth About Celia Frost led to her becoming a winner of Undiscovered Voices 2010.

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The Truth About Celia Frost

Paula Rawsthorne

The Truth About Celia Frost

Celia Frost is a friendless, freaky kid because of a disorder that leaves her in constant fear of bleeding to death. However, when she's the victim of a knife attack, Celia realizes that her life has been based on ...

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Blood Tracks

Paula Rawsthorne

Blood Tracks

Gina is a runner. With her feet pounding the ground and her dad watching, she feels as though she can fly. But when her dad dies in dramatic circumstances, Gina refuses to accept the explanations she is given. Struggling to ...

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Stories from the Edge: An Anthology

Paula Rawsthorne

Stories from the Edge: An Anthology

From the perils of online chat rooms, doping in sport, racism and terrorism, to gender and self-esteem issues, love, life and death, Stories from The Edge isn't afraid to ask some big questions. Sometimes frightening, often funny, always brutally ...

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Shell

Paula Rawsthorne

Shell

What if you thought you had died, only to wake up to find that your brain and eyes had been transplanted into someone else's body? When Lucy, a teen diagnosed with terminal cancer wakes up cancer-free, it should be ...

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