A Guardian What? by Jenny Sullivan
  

Synopsis

A Guardian What? by Jenny Sullivan

After her parents move to a South Wales border town from their home in Criccieth, Tali does not find life easy. Moving up to the comp would have been so much simpler back home, where she had lots of friends and where everybody spoke the same language. But at Gelli-afon Comprehensive, Tali becomes an easy target for bullies Fiona and S'mantha. In desperation, she wishes for a guardian angel...and, to her amazement, Atchy (real name unpronounceable) materialises in Tali's bedroom. And that's where the fun really begins...for Atchy is no angel! This novel treats a serious and timely issue - bullying. The kind of high-spirited good humour we expect from this author creates a lively text. Language and cultural differences are explored with sensitivity. Jenny Sullivan has a growing fan base across the country.

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Format

Paperback
84 pages

Author

Jenny Sullivan
More books by Jenny Sullivan

Publisher

Pont Books an imprint of Gomer Press
www.wbc.org.uk/

Publication date

11th February 2006

ISBN

9781843236467


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