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'Life is pretty tough for Ritchie at the moment. Mum and Dad have separated, and Dad has moved to Darwin. Ritchie and Mum are now living in a large apartment block. And now Ritchie's eyes are playing tricks on him. Surely lumps and bumps don't just appear in the ceiling and then vanish without any explanation? The one good thing in Ritchie's life at the moment is his new f ...more
Published 2005 by Macmillan Education
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Goldie was born in Melbourne just before the 2nd World War. Her parents had migrated from Poland in the late 1920's, and when she was small, she hardly spoke any English. Her earliest memories are of a time when young children were allowed to wander the streets without anyone worrying too much about them getting into trouble.

Her first four Young Adult books were 'Dolly Fiction' novels published un
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