Poppadom preach - Almas Khan

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Title
Poppadom preach
Author
Almas Khan
format
Hardback
Publisher
Magna
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20120901

In the year Twix and Smash are invented and Englebert Humperdinck is top of the charts, Dilly is born into the chaotic Shah family household in Bradford, West Yorkshire. One of six children, she grows up spirited and mischievous, not prepared to be the dutiful Muslim daughter her parents demand of her. Never out of trouble, she reads the Koran lying down, recites lewd Northern rhymes, rips up the neighbour's garden and keeps a goat for a pet. Against a backdrop of casual 1970s racism, tough schools and a colourful neighbourhood, Dilly mounts her one-girl campaign to be an individual.

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Type
BOOK
Edition
Large type / large print
Keyword Index
Muslim girls - England - Bradford (West Yorkshire) - Fiction.|Muslim families - England - Bradford (West Yorkshire) - Fiction.|Muslims - England - Bradford (West Yorkshire) - Social conditions - Fiction.|Nineteen seventies - Fiction.|Bradford (West Yorkshire, England) - Fiction.|Autobiographical fiction.|Large type books.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
428

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