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Sue Hines Sue Hines i(A25165 works by)
Gender: Female
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Sue Hines migrated to Australia with her family as a seven-year old. She grew up in Sydney and became a teacher, working for a time at Cherrybrook Technology High School. Hines has written fiction for children and young adults while continuing to work as an English teacher.

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y separately published work icon Out of the Shadows Milsons Point : Random House Australia , 1998 Z245055 1998 single work novel young adult

'Ro thinks her family is totally unlike anyone else's. Jodie is afraid of herself. So they spend a long time stepping carefully around the truth, hiding secrets that they know are too terrible to reveal.These shadows from the past just won't go away, and in a hostile society Ro and Jodie end up with only each other – and that grab bag of feelings that make up a friendship: love, hate, guilt – and forgiveness. ' (Publication summary)

1998 winner Australian Family Therapists' Award for Children's Literature Older Readers
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