The Midnight Dress by Karen Foxlee
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The Midnight Dress Summary
Quiet misfit Rose doesn't expect to fall in love with the sleepy beach town of Leonora. Nor does she expect to become fast friends with beautiful, vivacious Pearl Kelly, organizer of the high school float at the annual Harvest Festival parade. It's better not to get too attached when Rose and her father live on the road, driving their caravan from one place to the next whenever her dad gets itchy feet. But Rose can't resist the mysterious charms of the town or the popular girl, try as she might.
The Midnight Dress Reviews
"Starred Review. The casual beauty of the language...and the complex storytelling style create a haunting, atmospheric novel about friendship, betrayal, and loss. Ages 14up." - Publishers Weekly
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Karen Foxlee is the author of The Anatomy of Wings, winner of the Commonweath Writer's Prize and a Parents' Choice Gold Winner. She lives in Gympie, Australia.
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