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by Joanne Horniman
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Matt stood in the dark centre of the house and stared up the stairs to where Eliza was singing in the hallway of the second floor
Matt stood in the dark centre of the house and stared up the stairs to where Eliza was singing in the hallway of the second floor. ere, the stillness, and the purity of the sound made the broken-down old building feel like a cathedral. It was a simple, dignified song, sung with strength and purpose. Eliza improvised, and sang on, oblivious of Matt standing in the shadows, listening.
Joanne Horniman grew up in a country town in northern NSW. She read books, rode her bicycle around the countryside, and had a glove puppet theatre company with her best friend.
MATT LOVED EVERYTHING about Emmy. He loved her freckled, luminous, magical. Joanne Horniman grew up in a country town in northern NSW. They 'toured' their show to all the classes in the school.
This vivid, beautifully crafted and sensuous book gently peels away years of family secrets as it exposes the tangled relationships between sisters, between children and parents, between lovers. My mother Emma, when she was a girl, dreamed of love, and she got it.
Joanne Horniman has spent most of her life in country New South Wales, apart from a few years in Sydney and some time travelling overseas. She has written many books for children and teenagers, including Secret Scribbled Notebooks (A+U 2004), winner of the 2005 Qld Premier's Literary Award and shortlisted for the Victorian Premier's and CBCA Awards. He loved her freckled, luminous, magical body. MATT LOVED EVERYTHING about Emmy.
Matt had loved Emmy, with her freckled, luminous, magical body; he had loved the way she hadn't given a damn for anything, the way she had climbed onto the roof of the church tower and kissed and kissed him. The way she'd fallen into the river just to know what it felt like. He had loved the way she had said to her parents, 'We'll just love it, okay?'He remembered how they had believed that loving Mahalia would be enough.
ISBN 10: 0375823255 ISBN 13: 9780375823251. Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers, 2003.
Author: Joanne Horniman ISBN 10: 174114910X. Title: Mahalia Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. What can you expect depending on book condition?. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Mahalia by Joanne Horniman (Paperback, 2006). Pre-owned: lowest price.
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