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Girls Behind the Camera & Girls for the Vote

Linda Newbery and Adèle Geras

Age: 9+

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Girls Behind the Camera & Girls for the Vote

Linda Newbery and Adèle Geras

Age 9+

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Discover the extraordinary lives of the inspiring girls who have lived throughout history at 6 Chelsea Walk. 1895: Cecily is enchanted when she meets Rosalind, a photographer, but Cecily's father refuses to let her help Rosalind; can Cecily follow her dreams? 1914: When Polly discovers her neighbors are suffragettes, fighting for women's right to vote, she is determined to join them, but her parents are scandalized; will Polly dare to defy them? Set before and after the turn of the twentieth century, these stories follow two incredible girls, standing up for what they believe in.
Extent:
384 pages
Dimensions:
5.1 x 7.8in
Paperback ISBN:
9780794548339
Linda Newbery
Linda has written many books for children, teenagers and adults. She won the Costa Children's Book Prze for Set in Stone, and has twice been shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal. With Yvonne Coppard she has written Writing Children's Fiction: a Writers' and Artists' Companion, and she runs a review blog, Writers Review, with Adèle Geras and Celia Rees, and help from many of their writer friends (including Ann Turnbull). Linda lives in a small village in Oxfordshire and loves yoga, wildlife, photography, gardening and reading.

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Adèle Geras
Adèle Geras studied languages and taught French before becoming an author. She has written over eighty titles for children and young adults, including Troy, which was shortlisted for the Whitbread Children's Book Award and Highly Commended for the Carnegie Medal. Adèle is married with two grown-up children and two grandchildren, and she lives in Manchester.

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9780794548339 Usborne Discover the extraordinary lives of the inspiring girls who have lived throughout history at 6 Chelsea Walk. 1895: Cecily is enchanted when she meets Rosalind, a photographer, but Cecily's father refuses to let her help Rosalind; can Cecily follow her dreams? 1914: When Polly discovers her neighbors are suffragettes, fighting for women's right to vote, she is determined to join them, but her parents are scandalized; will Polly dare to defy them? Set before and after the turn of the twentieth century, these stories follow two incredible girls, standing up for what they believe in. https://usborne.com/media/catalog/product/cache/29b1c625a6a034d41d27bd6a2f264776/9/7/9780794548339_cover_image.jpg 9780794548339
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