Mixing It

Mixing It

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by Rosemary Hayes
     
 

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Fatimah is a devout Muslim. Steve is a regular guy who has never given much thought to faith. They happen to be walking in the same street when a terrorist bomb explodes. Steve is badly injured and when the emergency services arrive, Fatimah is cradling his head in her lap, talking to him, willing him to stay alive. But the Press is there too, and next day their

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Fatimah is a devout Muslim. Steve is a regular guy who has never given much thought to faith. They happen to be walking in the same street when a terrorist bomb explodes. Steve is badly injured and when the emergency services arrive, Fatimah is cradling his head in her lap, talking to him, willing him to stay alive. But the Press is there too, and next day their picture appears in every newspaper. 'Romeo and Juliet', scream the headlines. 'Love across the divide.' Then the threats and anonymous 'phone calls start. Can the two young people rise above the hatred and learn to understand one another? But while Steve and Fatimah are trying to break down barriers, the terrorists have another target in mind…







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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781907666148
Publisher:
Lincoln, Frances Limited
Publication date:
02/01/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
File size:
281 KB
Age Range:
10 - 13 Years

Meet the Author

Rosemary Hayes lives and works in Cambridgeshire. She has written numerous books for children including historical and contemporary fiction and fantasy – many of which have been shortlisted for awards. She is also a reader for an authors’ advisory service and enjoys helping unpublished writers to hone their skills. Rosemary lived in Australia for six years, and her first children's novel Race Against Time, set in Australia, was runner-up for the Kathleen Fidler Award. Rosemary's first Frances Lincoln book, Mixing It, about the relationship between a Muslim girl and a non Muslim boy against a background of terrorism, was shortlisted for the South Lanarkshire Book Award. Her next book, Payback, is based on the actual experiences of a young Muslim woman who was brave enough to defy her family and reject the husband chosen for her.

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Mixing It 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is a great and easy read for anyone who has an open mind in healing and changing the world. It just goes to show you no matter what your age, sex, religon or race is we as a whole can overcome any hurdle.