Indigo Girls (Girlfriend Fiction 2)

Penni Russon
AUD $14.95
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Two girls, one summer - and a whole lot to learn from each other. The second in the Girlfriend Fiction series: real life, real emotions, great stories.

'Zara's an alpha - the first letter of the Greek alphabet. She's popular. I'm more like one of the obscure letters in the middle that no one's ever heard of - an omicron or something.'

Zara, Tilly and Mieke go to different schools and live in different social worlds. But for two weeks every summer they're the Indigo Girls - surfing, bushwalking, or just hanging out at the campground or the nearby resort. This year Mieke doesn't show up, and Zara and Tilly - the queen bee and the geek - are left circling each other, unsure how to relate without Mieke in the middle. Soon it becomes a summer of change and a summer of secrets; a summer for losing themselves but finding each other.

'Teenage girls will love the raw truth about their lives which has been captured in this book.' - Lucienne, age 16, Silverfish Book Group

Author bio:

Penni Russon grew up in Hobart, roaming around on a small mountain and making up stories about imaginary lost pets with her best friend. She used to write poetry until she discovered novels were a lot more forgiving. The Undine series, Undine, Breathe and Drift , published by Random House in Australia and Greenwillow in the US, is a series of books about a magical girl, set in Hobart's streets and the surrounding bush and seascapes. Penni lives in St Andrews, Victoria, with her husband and two daughters, and maintains a sometimes daily blog called Eglantine's Cake.

Find out more about Penni at: eglantinescake.blogspot.com or pennirusson.com

Category: Young adult fiction
ISBN: 9781741752922
Awards: Long-listed, The Inky Awards, Gold Inky, 2008
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Imprint: A & U Children
Pub Date: February 2008
Page Extent: 180
Format: Paperback - B format
Age: 13 - 16
Subject: Young adult fiction

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