Sarah Hagger-Holt brings us a page-turner with The Fights That Make Us which publishes with Usborne today!

Recently Jesse came out as non-binary and struggles in school to find their place and a history project idea on lost stories. When they comes across her cousin, Lisa’s teenage diary from 35 years ago that included the restrictive laws of LGBT she faced, Jesse knows they have to find a way to bring a spotlight onto a history that mustn’t be forgotten.

“Highly engaging, completely relatable and truly empowering, I loved this book.”
Jen Carney, author of The Accidental Diary of B.U.G.

“An empowering, eye-opening and empathy-boosting book written with great sensitivity.”
Rashmi Sirdeshpande, author of How To Be Extraordinary

“Warm, funny and believable”
The Guardian

Sarah is the author of Carnegie-nominated novels Proud of Me, Just Like Everyone Else and Nothing Ever Happens Here.

You can get your copy here.