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Description - Marty's Diary by Frances Cross

When your dad gets married again, it's a good thing, right? Everybody happy all round, right? Not when your new stepmother can't stand you. And when you don't think too much of her, it doesn't help either. That's bad enough, but then other stuff happens like new babies, and people going nuts. This fast-paced read is dynamic and gripping, perfect for teen readers who want all the characteristics of a long novel, dealing with teenage issues and tough topics, in a strong, condensed book. From a series written by some amazing authors, this book is everything a reluctant reader would want to get them engaged.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781841676975
ISBN-10: 1841676977
Format: Paperback
(128mm x 199mm x 13mm)
Pages: 160
Imprint: Ransom Publishing
Publisher: Ransom Publishing
Publish Date: 5-Jan-2008
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Frances Cross

Frances was born and brought up in North Wales. She went on to study for an honours degree in English Language and Literature, and also achieved a diploma in both Creative Writing and EFL. Frances has lived across the world, including Moscow, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Lesotho and Botswana, where she taught in a private primary school. In Moscow, she set up and ran a British A-level school. Later, she taught Creative Writing part-time for the University of Wales, and was a member of Writers on Tour, which was organized by the Arts Council of Wales. She is also well known for her book on cancer. After a long fight with cancer, Frances sadly passed away in April 2007. Marty's Diary is her last, and her best, novel.