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By: Helen Allan

The Diary of a Girl

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In The Diary of a Girl, a young girl’s life is upended by a catastrophic event that renders her city perilously unsafe. Amidst this chaos, her family decides to leave, desperately seeking refuge. With communication lines severed, they embark on a journey towards safety, eventually finding solace in the close-knit community on Scotland’s serene Black Isle.

It’s here that the girl encounters The Boy, sparking a series of adventures and experiences that enrich her life in unexpected ways. But even in this newfound haven, questions linger. Is she truly safe in this remote corner of the world? What does the future hold for her in this unfamiliar place? And, most crucially, amidst the uncertainty that surrounds them, can she and The Boy muster the strength and resilience to survive? The diary unveils a tale of hope, resilience, and the enduring quest for a safe harbour in a tumultuous world.

Helen Allan has been telling and writing stories for children all her life, for her own, and extended family and friends. She had used story telling in her work with children, from early years to late teens.

She is committed to helping young people understand the world through stories.

Helen lives in Scotland, in a very old house, with her dog, Buster.

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