True Colours

Rosie's mum has a thing against fairgrounds, so when she agrees to take Rosie to the fair on the last day of their holiday, Rosie is shocked. But far greater surprises are in store. A visit to an odd little tent housing Florien's Fates and Fortunes opens a Pandora's box of mysteries - all of which Rosie is determined to solve. Les mer
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Rosie's mum has a thing against fairgrounds, so when she agrees to take Rosie to the fair on the last day of their holiday, Rosie is shocked. But far greater surprises are in store. A visit to an odd little tent housing Florien's Fates and Fortunes opens a Pandora's box of mysteries - all of which Rosie is determined to solve. Firstly, how is it she can now see colours above people's heads, and what do those colours tell her about them? Intrigued, Rosie decides to research and develop her new aura-reading skills by practising them at school, on her friends and at home. It is her mum, she discovers, who is keeping the biggest secret of all. Could it have something to do with the father she's never known and whom her mum refuses to speak about? Rosie will need to resolve her friendship issues if she is going to get the help she needs to piece together the mystery.

Fresh, contemporary writing ensures a perfect tween read. The author is a teacher and so has an ear for young girls concerns and issues Thought-provoking but easy to read, this story deals honestly and realistically with everyday tween girl issues, but throws in an excitingly magical twist that will appeal greatly to slightly younger readers

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