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  • Published: 26 October 2011
  • ISBN: 9781742746852
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 208

Trouble On Tuesdays

Another Secret Diary By Sara Swan




Sara hates bad-luck Tuesdays! She writes a secret diary to lift the jinx.

Sara hates bad-luck Tuesdays! She writes a secret diary to lift the jinx.

Sara Swan's family has settled the problem of moving house (they are NOT moving!). But now her father is going through a mid-life crisis and leaves home on a Tuesday. And speaking of Tuesdays, Sara discovers that Tuesdays are bad-luck days for her in more ways than one. So when she hears a turn-your-life-around guru on TV say that you can change things if you write about misfortunes and analyse them, she decides to write a diary on Tuesdays, mainly about Tuesdays! Although she does include snippets of other important stuff that happens during the week! Great Aunt Grace (GAG) moves into town, causing problems as usual. Sara's friends have their ups and downs, romances grow and wane, and all the bad luck still happens on Tuesdays. Finally, towards the end of the year, things begin to change for the better on Tuesdays, but... what happens on Wednesdays?

  • Pub date: 26 October 2011
  • ISBN: 9781742746852
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 208

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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