Alice-Miranda in Paris 7

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Penguin Random House Australia, Mar 1, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 336 pages
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Trs chic sightseeing, singing and fashion in Paris!

Alice-Miranda and her friends are in Paris with a group of teachers from Winchesterfield-Downsfordvale and the Fayle School for Boys to sing at various shows as part of Paris fashion week. It's such an amazing city and during Fashion Week the whole place hums with excitement and outrageous fashion choices, quite often coming from Professor Lipp, the children's choir conductor.

But a couple of France's best known designers are harbouring serious secrets, and when Christian Fontaine has some expensive fabric stolen just days before his show, Alice-Miranda and her friends realise there is a darker side to the glitz and glamour in this famous city of lights.

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About the author (2013)

Jacqueline Harvey's bestselling Alice-Miranda series began as an idea for a picture book but it soon became apparent that this perpetually positive seven-and-a-quarter-year-old had a lot more to say.

The series has been sold to the United States, United Kingdom, Indonesia and Turkey and has been shortlisted for children's book awards in Australia.

Her first and only picture book, The Sound of the Sea was an Honour Book in the 2006 Children's Book Council Awards.

Jacqueline has spent most of her working life teaching in girls' boarding schools and has been a Deputy Head and Director of Development. She is passionate about improving educational outcomes for Indigenous students.

Jacqueline lives in Sydney with her husband Ian and is currently working on more Alice-Miranda and Clementine Rose adventures.

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