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P is for pearl / Eliza Henry-Jones.

By: Henry-Jones, Eliza.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Sydney, N.S.W. HarperCollinsPublishers, 2018Description: 296 pages ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9781460754931 (pbk.).Subject(s): Stepfamilies -- Tasmania -- Fiction | Adjustment (Psychology) in adolescence -- Fiction | Bereavement -- Fiction | Tasmania -- FictionDDC classification: A823.4 Summary: Seventeen-year-old Gwendolyn P. Pearson has become very good at not thinking about the awful things that have happened to her family. She has also become used to people talking about her dead mum. Or not talking about her and just looking at Gwen sympathetically. And it's easy not to think about awful things when there are wild beaches to run along, best friends Loretta and Gordon to hang out with - and a stepbrother to take revenge on. But following a strange disturbance at the cafe where she works, Gwen is forced to confront what happened to her family all those years ago. And she slowly comes to realise that people aren't as they first appear and that like her, everyone has a story to tell.
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Item type Current location Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode Item reserves
Junior Sunshine Library (DIY)
Teenage Fiction T JONE Issued 16/12/2018 IA1670604
Junior Deer Park Library
Teenage Fiction T JONE Available IA1670599
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Seventeen-year-old Gwendolyn P. Pearson has become very good at not thinking about the awful things that have happened to her family. She has also become used to people talking about her dead mum. Or not talking about her and just looking at Gwen sympathetically. And it's easy not to think about awful things when there are wild beaches to run along, best friends Loretta and Gordon to hang out with - and a stepbrother to take revenge on. But following a strange disturbance at the cafe where she works, Gwen is forced to confront what happened to her family all those years ago. And she slowly comes to realise that people aren't as they first appear and that like her, everyone has a story to tell.

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