My Big Fat Hairy Lies (The Adventures of Autumn Day)
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My Big Fat Hairy Lies

The Adventures of Autumn Day

By Melinda Wills McHugh, Amy Borrell (Illustrated by)

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Format: Paperback, 90 pages
Other Information: black & white illustrations
Published In: United Kingdom, 01 May 2014
Autumn Day gets teased a lot. The kids at school call her Summer, Winter and Spring. But worse are the names Flame Brain, Carrot Top and Tomato Head. Life can be hard when you're a kid, but it's definitely harder when you're a red-haired drama queen called Autumn Day. Today is her 9th birthday and Autumn, so desperate to be accepted and win over Aimee as her best friend, has told everyone (including 'mean girl' Sophie) she's getting a pink phone - the latest and greatest that does everything! But what if she doesn't? When Autumn's lies start spinning out of control she realises she has a lot of growing up to do. 'The Adventures of Autumn Day: My Big Fat Hairy Lies', illustrated by Amy Borrell, is Melinda Wills McHugh's first novel and the first in The Adventures of Autumn Day series.

About the Author

Melinda Wills McHugh grew up in a bayside suburb of Sydney, Australia. A self-confessed klutz, her childhood memories consist of skateboarding and falling off, riding her bike down the steep hill towards home and falling off, and constantly stubbing her toes. But things weren't all that bad. She also remembers making clothes for her dolls from scraps of fabric and staples, playing with paper dolls, writing poetry and watching old Hollywood movies with her mum. After graduating from high school, Melinda went on a self-discovery tour. Over the next six years or so (but who's counting) she worked as a five star hotel housekeeper (she can still do fabulous hospital corners), a waitress, a shoe salesgirl, a retail assistant and a receptionist - just to name a few. Over this time, her constant love of reading and writing poetry led her to enrol in communications at university and a career in writing and editing began. After working in magazine publishing, Melinda moved into the not-for-profit field, writing for animal welfare, and later international aid and development, where she still works today. During most evenings she works on her stories for children and young adults.

EAN: 9781781322093
ISBN: 1781322090
Publisher: SilverWood Books Ltd
Dimensions: 20.32 x 13.34 x 0.56 centimeters (0.01 kg)
Age Range: 5-9 years
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