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Dont Stop Thinking About Tomorrow by Siobhan CurhamFourteen-year-old Stevie lives in Lewes with her beloved vinyl collection, her mum ... and her mums depression. When Stevies mums disability benefits are cut, Stevie and her mother are plunged into a life of poverty. But irrepressible Stevie is determined not to be beaten and she takes inspiration from the lyrics of her fathers 1980s record collection and dreams of a life as a musician. Then she meets Hafiz, a talented footballer and a Syrian refugee. Hafizs parents gave their life savings to buy Hafiz a safe passage to Europe; his journey has been anything but easy. Then he meets Stevie... As Stevie and Hafizs friendship grows, they encourage each other to believe in themselves and follow their dreams.
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No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Elizabeth Laird. Valentina Giannella. Written by Siobhan Curham. Hafiz is a refugee newly arrived in Britain after two terrifying years on the road.
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Sung by guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and McVie, it was a single taken from the band's hit album, Rumours. It is one of the band's most enduring hits, peaking at No. In the US, it was the third single released, and peaked at No. It just seemed to be a pleasant revelation to have that 'yesterday's gone'," she remembers in The Fleetwood Mac Story: Rumours and Lies , "It might have, I guess, been directed more toward John, but I'm just definitely not a pessimist. The song was the theme music for United States presidential candidate Bill Clinton 's presidential campaign , and was played at the Democratic National Convention during its final night balloon drop.
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