Clancy and Millie and the Very Fine House

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Hardie Grant Egmont, Oct 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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When you have one big house, two small children, a game of Three Little Pigs and a huge stack of cardboard boxes ... you discover that friends are what make a house your home. This award-winning picture book is a striking story about loneliness, friendship and what it means to move house and start life afresh.

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User Review  - Sonya - Goodreads

Why This Book: This story will add depth to the collection because it will add to the friendship genre with story that is takes place in a clear city setting. Genre: realistic fiction Theme/KW ... Read full review

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User Review  - Katie Fitzgerald - Goodreads

Blackwood's art is perfect for quiet books like this one, where the action takes place in one small space, inside of one small person. Her style is very serious-looking, and sets a gentle tone that ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Libby Gleeson was born in Young, Australia in 1950. After high school she studied at the University of Sydney. Gleeson taught for two years in a small town, Picton, which is just outside of Sydney, but in 1976, she took time off to travel for five years. Gleeson based herself first in Italy where she taught English and then in London where she started writing her first novel, Eleanor, Elizabeth. She also attended a creative writing group where the other students pushed her to write a better book. After returning Gleeson taught at the University of NSW, but soon quit to write full-time. In the last twenty years, she's written twenty books and also taught occasional courses in creative writing and visited schools to talk about her work. Gleeson has won the Lady Cutler Award for Services to Children's Literature, in 1997, the Children's Book Council of Australia, the NSW Premier's Literary Awards, the Victorian Premier's Awards, the South Australian Literary Awards, the Prime Minister's Multicultural Awards, the Children's Literature Peace Prize, and the Young Australian Readers Award (YARA).

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