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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 Invisible Me
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'You're definitely not a kid anymore, but your parents still treat you like one. The girls at school are suddenly shaving their legs and wearing make-up. The boys are checking you out and trying to hook up at parties. (Or not checking you out, which is somehow worse.) No-one seems to get you - sometimes not even your best friends. Olympia has a few good things in her life. These include: her dog, Cricket; her painting and drawing; and the cute guy in the artsupplies store who keeps her daydreaming. But there are a lot of bad things too: her parents seem more concerned with their on-again-off-again relationship than they are with her, and even her best friend Edi seems to be zoning out on her. What does Olympia have to do to get their attention?' (Publisher's blurb)

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    • Richmond, East Melbourne - Richmond area, Melbourne, Victoria,: Hardie Grant Egmont , 2013 .
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      Extent: 112p.
      • Published: 1 March, 2013
        For secondary school age.
      ISBN: 9781742973623 (pbk.)
      Series: Girl vs the World Hardie Grant Egmont (publisher), 2012 series - publisher novel young adult Four companion pieces all taking the perspective of 13-year old girls, exploring their friendships and anxieties, self-obsessions, peer pressures and the all-important issue of relationships with boys (Magpies 27.4, September 2012)
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