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Issue Details: First known date: 1993... 1993 Seyrac Family Series
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y separately published work icon Family Business Sophie Masson , Sydney : Hodder Children's Books , 2000 Z397743 2000 single work novel young adult 'The fifth title in the Seyrac family series, this charming novel for children 9-13 year olds, has again as its main character Florence Seyrac, eldest of a French family of five children living in Australia. In this episode of the Seyracs' lives, their new restaurant is open, their friends have new twin babies, and they make new friends. It's life, it's family business. A novel full of fun, love, music and food.' (Author's website)
y separately published work icon The Secret Sophie Masson , Port Melbourne : Mammoth , 1996 Z430887 1996 single work children's fiction children's
y separately published work icon The Opera Club Sophie Masson , Port Melbourne : Mammoth , 1993 Z795876 1993 single work children's fiction children's ' First in the Seyrac series. The books in the series have been named as Notable Books in Australia. This is the lovely story of Florence, eldest of five children living in a French-Australian family. Florence is sad that her father Jeremie seems to not have the right kind of job--every day he come back from the office and says, How I wish I were an opera singer! Florence takes him at his word, and decides to try and raise money, with her friends, to send him to opera school. But sometimes the best laid plans go awry.' (Author's website.)
y separately published work icon Winter in France Sophie Masson , Port Melbourne : Mammoth , 1994 Z813225 1994 single work children's fiction children's ' This is the third book in the Seyrac Family series. Florence and her family go back to France for a holiday.A white Christmas--a haunted house--a family secret revealed: it is an extraordinary holiday. Poignant and funny, melancholy and joyful, this is a Christmas bauble of a book, and very close to the author's heart.' (Author's website.)
y separately published work icon The Cousin from France Sophie Masson , Port Melbourne : Mammoth , 1993 Z89373 1993 single work children's fiction children's ' Second in the Seyrac Family Series, Florence's cousin Laurence is coming out to Australia on holiday. Everyone's excited, especially Florence. But Laurence does not turn out exactly how Florence thought she would be.... ' (Author's website.)

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Sophie Masson Janet Croft , 1995 single work criticism
— Appears in: Reading Time : The Journal of the Children's Book Council of Australia , November vol. 39 no. 4 1995; (p. 9-10)
Sophie Masson Janet Croft , 1995 single work criticism
— Appears in: Reading Time : The Journal of the Children's Book Council of Australia , November vol. 39 no. 4 1995; (p. 9-10)
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