Tropical Trouble: The Fabulous Diary of Persephone Pinchgut by Aleesah Darlison
  

Synopsis

Tropical Trouble: The Fabulous Diary of Persephone Pinchgut by Aleesah Darlison

Perse and her twin, Portia, are set for an exciting holiday, but there's one catch. The girls' annoying seven-year-old neighbour, Dillon Pickleton, is going with them!In Perse's greatest adventure yet she faces the perils of sailing the open seas, swimming with sharks and a dreaded dance-off.Follow the next hilarious TOTALLY TWINS adventure as Portia and Perse get themselves into tropical trouble in Fiji.

About the Author

Aleesah grew up in the country and had a lot of freedom as a nine-year-old. Her older brother, her cousin and she would ride their bikes and go exploring, build cubbyhouses and billycarts, and rescue injured animals and birds. When she wasn't outdoors, she was usually curled up on her bed reading. It was quite an addiction for her and she often got into trouble for 'having my nose in a book'. She loved colouring in and won loads of prizes for her efforts. Quite shockingly, she also loved school!She wrote stacks of stories and illustrated them with crazy stick figures. Like Perse, she kept a diary. And she can always remember desperately wishing she had an identical twin.

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Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Aleesah Darlison
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Publisher


totallytwins.com.au/

Publication date

21st January 2016

ISBN

9781782262978


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