Jodie and the library card

Category : Literature & Fiction
By: Julie Hodgson (Author)

Jodie Broom, a 12-year-old girl (almost 13!), is like most girls her age. She loves her friends, music, and is always up for a good adventure. What she treasures above all else are books and she is consumed by them, reading and collecting whatever she can to satisfy

True Love is a Durable Fire

By: Julie Hodgson (Author)

Sometimes life steers us in a perilous and unpredictable way. Maria, a shy and mousy young lady, not at all like her sister Lydia… The vivacious headstrong sister. The one thing that changes a woman forever is love, an unending desperate love, love that makes us do almost anything to keep the man of our dreams

Lilly Peppertree: Lillys Trollformel

By: Julie Hodgson (Author)

Året är 1612, en tid då det är farligt att vara häxa. I
byn Pendle i Lancaster är folket rädda för häxor och alla kvinnor som
misstänks ha häxkrafter förs bort till dödsträdet för att hängas.
Men det finns inga riktiga häxor.

Julie Hodgson Author

About Me

Julie travels around Europe and further afield, where she is always on tour with her promotion of reading to children and visiting numerous schools.

She speaks 3 languages, which aids her in communication with children from all walks of life.

An edition of Jodie and the library card in a bilingual edition was published. In 2012 via Opera Omnia publishing house , It is now in swedish, and many of her books will be translated.

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