Goodbye Molly McGuire
By: Johnston, Christine.Material type: BookSeries: Tui: Publisher: Auckland :N.Z.: HarperCollins Publishers N.Z. 1994Description: 97 pages 19 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1869501357 (pbk.).Subject(s): Space and time -- Fiction | Friendship -- Fiction | New Zealand fictionDDC classification: Teen fiction
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
A novel for younger teenage readers. Libby Bell has a close friend, Molly, who is thought by her parents to be imaginary. Molly is from a former time, however, and Libby learns of her life and her terrible fate when she worked as a maid for a wealthy family in Victorian Dunedin. Christine Johnston is 1994 Burns Fellow at Otago University. She was author of the prize winning 'Blessed Art Thou Among Women'.
Novel for children. Molly McGuire is Libby's best friend from earliest childhood. Libby's parents think Molly is imaginary, but Libby knows better than that, when she finds old drawings of them both. Suggested level: intermediate, junior secondary
YPB Young adult paperback