Get Reading 2012

August 25, 2012

Get Reading 2012

Yesterday the Get Reading Program was launched for 2012.  I am thrilled that the first book in my new series, Clementine Rose and the Surprise Visitor is featured on the list of ’50 Books You Can’t Put Down’.  It’s a real honour to have been selected and I hope this will see Clemmie get into the hands of lots of readers – the book is officially in Australian stores as of next Saturday 1 September.  There are 49 other fabulous books on the list – and I’m pinching myself to be among such amazing company.  I’ve included some information about the program from the Get Reading website as well as the text from Clemmie’s page.  You can click through to read the entire catalogue as well.

Get Reading!, formerly known as Books Alive, is Australia’s largest annual celebration of books and reading, which encourages all Australians to pick up a book, put up their feet and get reading!
50 Books You Can’t Put Down Get Reading! is primarily a month-long, nationwide campaign focused on inspiring more Australians to discover or rediscover the pleasure of reading. Central to this campaign is the FREE 50 Books You Can’t Put Down Guide which includes 50 of the year’s top reads. During the month of September hundreds of thousands of the FREE guide are distributed nationally via bookstores, libraries, events, and festivals located around the country.

Clementine Rose and the Surprise Visitor


Jacqueline Harvey
Clementine Rose lives in Penberthy Floss in a large,


ramshackle house with her mother, Lady Clarissa, butler
Digby Pertwhistle and a very sweet little teacup pig called
Lavender. When her scary Aunt Violet arrives unexpectedly,
the household is thrown into disarray. What is it that Aunt
Violet really wants and what is she carrying in her mysterious
black bag? If you loved Enid Blyton when you were growing
up, your little girl will love Clementine Rose.
Recommended for children age 5+






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