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Lovebirds (Sweet Dreams #68)

3.57 of 5 stars 3.57  ·  rating details  ·  46 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Tiffany hasn't seen her film-maker father in the two years since her parents' divorce. So naturally she's uneasy when her mother suddenyly announces she's remarrying and taking a long honeymoon, and Tiffany has to spend the time with her father. For the next five weeks she'll be helping her dad shoot a wildlife film in the dusty Australian outback.

Australia is the last pla
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Paperback, 150 pages
Published December 31st 1984 by Bantam Books (first published August 1984)
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Peacha
Along the lines of Romancing the Stone - it's a fish-out-of-water has-an-adventure tale - a model wannabee Tiffany Johns is thrust into the outback of Australia without the essentials - lipstick , eyeliner , hair dryer , dainty little sandals and color coordinated outfits. But her father a rustic film maker is not very sympathetic and after discovering her outfits are all wrong for their trip tells her just go buy a couple pair of shorts. Say what?!

But materialistic Tiffany is not about to aban
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Heather
One of my favorite books as a young tween.
Esdibee
Too preachy and sanctimonious against make-up and clothes and looking good. My biggest issue in this story why Tiffany deserves so much flak for her lifestyle when everyone in the book can easily be called out for their own hypocrisy.

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Janet Quin-Harkin is a pseudonym of Rhys Bowen

Rhys turned to writing children’s books under her married name, Janet Quin-Harkin. Her first picture book was an immediate success and won several awards. More picture books followed, then her agent asked her to write a book for young adults. This was a turning point in Rhys’s career. Her first young adult novel was an instant hit. By her third she was
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