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13-year-old's book published after her death - Parentdish UK

The private diaries of a 13-year-old girl have been published, a year after her death from a brain haemorrhage.

Jemima Layzell had dreamed of becoming an author and had kept journals throughout the last three years of her short life.

Her parents, Harvey and Sophy, found Jemima's diaries after her death, and turned them into a book, The Draft.

Source: Parentdish
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