You Lose Some, You Win Some by Julia Clarke
  

Synopsis

You Lose Some, You Win Some by Julia Clarke

Everything changes for Cesca when her mother moves out to be with her new partner, leaving her with her brother and farmer father. Then her father meets someone else, too, and Cesca has to come to terms with a whole new way of life. BLAn extremely sensitive, moving handling of issues of first love and parental break-up BLBrilliantly-drawn relationship between Cesca and her parents BLJulia Clarke is an author to watch - her previous teenage novels, Summertime Blues and Between You and Me, have attracted very favourable review coverage.

About the Author

Julia Clarke

Julia Clarke trained as a teacher at Goldsmiths' College, London, and as an actress at the Guildford School of Acting. She worked in educational theatre until her children were born when she started writing novels, short stories, and articles. Six novels for adults have been followed by several novels for teenagers. Julia lives on a farm in North Yorkshire with her husband, son, and daughter. In 1999 she was awarded an MA(Dist) in creative writing from the University of Leeds.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages
Interest Age: From 12 To 99

Author

Julia Clarke
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

3rd July 2003

ISBN

9780192753274


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