It's 1956 ... and Lina is working hard on the school newspaper. But mean Sarah Buttersworth isn't making it easy, and when Lina's best friend Mary gets distracted by her new television, things begin to fall apart. Meanwhile, at home, Lina starts to uncover some dark family secrets. Living in two such different worlds isn't easy, and when tragedy strikes, she makes a decision that causes her many lives to collide . . .
Follow Lina on her adventure in the second of four exciting stories about a passionate girl finding a place to belong.
About the Author
Sally Rippin was born in Darwin and grew up in South-East Asia. As an adolescent she studied traditional Chinese painting for three years in Shanghai and Hangzhou. Returning to Australia, her time overseas inspired her first novel Chenxi and the Foreigner. Sally has also written and illustrated many books for children, including titles from the Go Girl and Aussie Bites series and the popular Fang Fang stories. She is also the illustrator for many others, including the recent Me, Oliver Bright (2009) by Megan de Kantzow and Mannie and the Long Brave Day (2009) by Martine Murray. Sally lives in Melbourne and writes and illustrates full time.
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Comments about Lina's Many Lives:
My granddaughter has now read all 27 titles in this series of Australian Girl and absolutely inhales them over and over again. We both enjoy reading them together as well and a great way to learn a bit of Australian history at the same time. Already have the next two in the series on order.
Series: Our Australian Girl
For Ages: 9+ years old
Number Of Pages: 136
Published: 24th April 2013
Dimensions (cm): 20.0 x 13.0 x 1.0
Weight (kg): 20.0
Edition Number: 2