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|Publisher||Allen and Unwin|
|LC Class||PZ7.L96725 Tri 2011|
Triple Ripple is a book for girls aged 12 years and older, written by award-winning New Zealand-born author Brigid Lowry and published by Allen and Unwin.
It is a fairytale about Glory, who is sent to work at a palace for the Princess, Mirabella, and finds out the main reason she was sent there is because she got cursed. Nova is reading the fairytale, and has to deal with the troubles of her father, mother, her best friend leaving and Dylan, the mean girl at school, and Nova then discovers the reason Dylan is being mean is because she has to deal with her father's cancer. The Writer has to make everything in the fairytale work out all right, but has trouble coming up with the best way of saying it.
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Bunty was a British comic for girls published by D. C. Thomson & Co. from 1958 to 2001. It consisted of a collection of many small strips, the stories typically being three to five pages long. In contrast to earlier and contemporary comics, it was aimed primarily at working-class readers under the age of 14, and contained mostly fictional stories. Well-known regular strips from Bunty include The Four Marys, Bunty — A Girl Like You, Moira Kent, Lorna Drake, Luv, Lisa, The Comp, and Penny's Place.
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