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  • Published: 2 February 2001
  • ISBN: 9780091840709
  • Imprint: Random House Australia Children's
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 256
  • RRP: $17.99

More Secret Girls' Stuff




After the enormous success of 'Secret Girls' Stuff' comes this fabulous sequel from one of Australia's most recognised and read writers for young people.

After the enormous success of 'Secret Girls' Stuff' comes this fabulous sequel from one of Australia's most recognised and read writers for young people. Since the publication of 'Secret Girls' Stuff', the number of letters, emails and faxes Margaret receives have quadrupled. All of Margaret's books have encouraged or inspired readers to contact her, however, 'Secret Girls' Stuff' pushed this reader/writer relationship to new heights. Margaret is friend, counsellor, listener, mentor - to so many young readers.
With a pile of correspondence reaching her ceiling, Margaret thought it was time to produce the follow-up to the original title that had reached so many.
In 'More Secret Girls' Stuff' there are more pleas for help, more embarrassing stories, more confessions, more problems, and more shared thoughts, fears and dreams than ever before.

  • Pub date: 2 February 2001
  • ISBN: 9780091840709
  • Imprint: Random House Australia Children's
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 256
  • RRP: $17.99

About the Author

Margaret Clark

Margaret Clark is one of Australia's most prolific and popular writers for young people. She has worked as a teacher, pre-school director, university lecturer, and alcohol and drug educator with the Victorian Health Department. Her work has given her great insight into the lives of children and teenagers. She has a B.Ed (Honours), a Master’s degree in Education, and a Doctorate in Education.

With over one hundred books about relationships, friendships, and social issues, Margaret has won numerous local and international awards, and her books are published all over the world. Her books touch upon the concerns that most young people have today – making and keeping friends, sibling rivalry, school environments, and social issues that can create confusion.

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