DEAR NOBODY by Berlie Doherty, winner of the Carnegie Medal, is the moving story of two teenagers and an unplanned pregnancy. It is one. Click here to buy Dear Nobody from Wordery. Also published as an ebook, which is available from Amazon, Apple, Google and all usual. Berlie Doherty is an English novelist, playwright, children’s author and poet. Writer of Street Child and Dear Nobody. Details: Article/page.

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She makes a pregnancy test, which is negative.

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Languages Svenska Edit links. She’s confused and tormented, and so is he. Helen also has many probems to deal with, like college, exams, abortion, and regaining her mother’s nohody and love. I thought this was a very realistic account of what might happen to a teenage couple when the girl gets pregnant.

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Read reviews that mention dear nobody berlie doherty letters to her unborn novel dear unborn baby main characters helen and chris chris and helen unwanted pregnancy happen next job of stating leaving you wondering termendous job unborn child always leaving confusing issues changes her body ever read nobody written by berlie author does a termendous. Their baby is a girl and they call it Amy.

A Kid’s Review 4. The author does a termendous job of stating realistic facts. Also, there seems to be a distinct aversion to commas, what did the comma ever do to you? La obra trata de una pareja de adolescentes que pasan nlbody un embarazo no deseado, por lo tanto la trama no toma un aspecto de romance, sino mas bien un tono deprimente que permite ahondar en los problemas de cada personaje de una manera mas natural.


A riveting and unforgettable love story. Maybe I just read the story on the wrong day in the wrong frame of mind.

Chris berllie reading the letters, realizes the baby is coming and rushes to the hospital, where he meets his newborn daughter, Amy. Return to Book Page. After nobofy read the last letter Chris drives immediately to hospital to see Helen and his baby. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Es muy i Una historia preciosa. Characterisation in Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Our Country’s In summer Chris makes a cycling trip through France with a friend.

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But its a good start if you’ve had a long hiatus from reading any novel, like me. En este libro, hasta que no interviene un adulto, los protagonistas no empiezan a ver un poco la luz. I accept cookies from this site. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. And then they have to face their families.

Unlike other stories of pregnant teenagers, this book precents the an honest veiw of Helen and Chris’s situation. Maybe I was the wrong target audience for this story, I nbody don’t know. Chris is prompted to ask his father about his marriage breakdown, and decides to get in touch with his mother.

In the meantime Helen and Chris visit his mother. Helen writes down how she feels and addresses the unborn baby as Dear Nobody. Preview — Dear Nobody by Berlie Doherty.


By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Helen gets pregnant and writes letters to her unborn baby calling it Nobody. Doherty tells a beautiful story about love and making choices. In the end, when he sees the baby for the first time, he realises that he wasn’t ready for being a father.

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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. You’re only a whisper When she finds out that Helen is pregnant she wants her to have an abortion because she doesn’t want what happened in her childhood to happen again.

She was searching more for a Father than for a husband. Our newsletter keeps you up to date with all new papers in your subjects. This book wasn’t a “can’t put it down” type book, but it was an interesting read. Celebrating the Carnegie and Greenaway Winners.

See all 30 reviews. This is a good story, even if it doesn’t have a fairytale ending. I had to read this for school and I think it is safe to say that otherwise, I would’ve never even heard of and definitely never read this book.