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A Week Without Tuesday 2015 single work children's fiction children's

''I cannot hold the worlds apart much longer. Have you found our answer? G.'

'Vivienne Small's world is under threat. A Winged Dog has fallen from the sky bearing an ominous note and vercaka have invaded the City of Clocks.

'Meanwhile in the real world, famous writers are turning up far from home, injured and confused, and Tuesday McGillycuddy and Serendipity Smith - the most famous writer of all - could be next!

'Suddenly whisked away to the world of story, Tuesday must learn the identity of the mysterious G, and find out why he is losing control of the worlds. But how can Tuesday, Vivienne and Baxterr solve the mystery and end the mayhem without losing themselves?

'An utterly charming, action-packed sequel to the marvellous and magical Finding Serendipity.' (Publication summary)

2015 finalist Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Children's Division
Finding Serendipity 2013 single work children's fiction children's fantasy 'Tuesday McGillycuddy loves stories - and her mother is a writer. A very famous writer, who has locked herself away in her writing room to finish the final book in her best-selling series for children. But when Tuesday knocks on her door, she discovers her mother is missing! In search of Serendipity, Tuesday and her faithful dog Baxterr soon find themselves on a very dangerous mission. They enter the magical world where stories come from, a mysterious and unpredictable world, full of real danger and heart-stopping adventure. With the help of pint-sized heroine Vivienne Small, Tuesday will need all her wit, courage, perseverance and imagination in order to get to The End and be reunited with the people she loves.' (Publisher's blurb)
2014 shortlisted KOALA Awards Fiction for Years 7-9
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