Guardian Review: Running on the Cracks by Julia Donaldson |

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Running On The Cracks by Julia Donaldson

The manner in which the subject matter is handled makes this a book for younger teenagers. It doesn't attempt the under-your-fingernails gritty realism of, say, a Kevin Brooks novel. It intentionally lacks that dreadful bleakness. PHILIP ARDAGH

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