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Gabrielle Tozer is an author and journalist who has written for DOLLY, Cosmo and Girlfriend magazine. Her first novel, The Intern, which drew on her journalism experience, was released in 2014.

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y separately published work icon Peas and Quiet Sydney : HarperCollins Australia , 2017 9672451 2017 single work picture book children's

'Best friends Pip and Pop live in a peapod, but sometimes it can get a little too cosy - especially because they are so different!

'Pip loves to sing, while Pop won't stop snoring. How are they ever going to work out how to live together? From award-winning author Gabrielle Tozer and illustrator Sue deGennaro comes the perfect book about friendship and learning how to get along. Ages 3+' (Publication summary)

2018 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Three to 5 Years
y separately published work icon Remind Me How This Ends Sydney : HarperCollins Australia , 2017 10720916 2017 single work novel young adult

A boy-meets-girl-again story from the award-winning author of The Intern and Faking It.

'Milo was a discoloured memory with blurred edges and a washed-out palette. Yet five minutes with him and everything came back to me in an instant.'

'Layla Montgomery's life fell apart at thirteen. After her mum died in a shock accident, Layla's grieving father packed their bags and forced her to leave behind everything she'd ever known.

'Milo Dark has been stuck on pause since the Year 12 exams. His long-term girlfriend moved 300 kilometres away for uni, his mates bailed for bigger things, and he's convinced he missed the reminder to plan out the rest of his life.

'As kids, Layla and Milo shared everything - their secrets, a treehouse and weekends at the river. But they haven't spoken since her mum's funeral. That is, until Layla shows up five years later in his parents' bookshop without so much as a text message.

'Pretty soon they're drawn into a tangled mess that guarantees someone will get hurt. And while it's a summer they'll never forget, is it one they'll want to remember?

'A boy-meets-girl-again story from the award-winning author of The Intern and Faking It.' (Publication summary)

2018 shortlisted APA Book Design Awards Best Designed Young Adult Book
2018 longlisted Inky Awards Gold Inky
2018 CBCA Book of the Year Awards Notable Book Older Readers
y separately published work icon The Intern Sydney : HarperCollins Australia , 2014 6593957 2014 single work novel

'Josie Browning dreams of having it all.

'A stellar academic record, an amazing career in journalism - and for her current crush to realise she actually exists. The only problem? Josie can't get through twenty-four hours without embarrassing her sister Kat or her best friend Angel, let alone herself.

'Josie's luck changes though when she lands an internship at the glossy fashion magazine Sash. A coveted columnist job is up for grabs, but Josie's got some tough competition in the form of two other interns. Battle lines are drawn and Josie quickly learns that the magazine industry is far from easy, especially under the reign of powerful editor, Rae Swanson.

'From the lows of coffee-fetching and working 10-hour days, to the highs of mingling with celebrities, scoring endless free beauty products (plus falling for her cousin's seriously gorgeous flatmate James) this is one year Josie will never forget.' (Publisher's blurb)

2015 winner Inky Awards Gold Inky
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