Walking Home with Marie-Claire
by Kirsty Murray (Goodreads Author)
Addressing the important issue of girls and self-esteem, this coming-of-age story of two girls reveals the meaning of friendship. The day Marie-Claire walks into PJ's life, everything changes. Whether they are skipping school or just hanging out on the beach, Marie-Claire can make any day an adventure. She's funny and unpredictable and full of good ideas that just might le...more
Paperback, 204 pages
Published May 1st 2004 by Allen & Unwin
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Seeing Marie-Claire in the title, i hastily purchased this at a second hand book sale. expecting a book relating somehow to cooking or cookbook writing, i was disappointed, but this was probably my fault. this book may have been enjoyable for younger readers. but for a teen reader, this was a poorly written novel.
Kirsty Murray is an author of seventeen books for young people. She has been a Creative Fellow of the State Library of Victoria, an Asialink Literature Resident in South India and writer-in-residence at the University of Himachal Pradesh. Her tribe of grown up-kids live all around the world so she travels a lot to catch up with them. She lives in Melbourne in a big old ramshackle house with an ove...moreMore about Kirsty Murray...