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Tully - Paullina Simons

Tully – Paullina Simons, Flamingo, London, 1994 (this edition 1995)

Rating: R (Moderate coarse language; multiple explicit and described sex scenes; multiple implicit sex scenes; strong sexual references; described nudity; moderate drug and alcohol references; moderate domestic violence; explicit description of self harm; descriptive death of an animal; Moderate themes: family, sexuality, domestic violence, growing up, self harm, eating disorders) 40 more words

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I am Malala - Malala Yousafzai

I am Malala – Malala Yousafzai, Text Publishing Company, Australia, 2014

Rating: PG (Moderate descriptive war violence and acts of terror; Moderate descriptions of injury and medical procedures; Moderate themes: Taliban, Religious Conflict, Poverty, Displacement) 11 more words

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My Brilliant Career - Miles Franklin

My Brilliant Career – Miles Franklin, William Blackwood and Sons, Australia, 1901 (Later published in 1980)

Rating: G (Mild Coarse Language; Some descriptions of poverty and alcoholism) 11 more words

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The Rosie Effect - Graeme Simsion

The Rosie Effect – Graeme Simsion, Text Publishing Company, Australia, 2014

Rating: M (Infrequent, moderate coarse language; moderate sexual references; implied sex scene; some mild descriptions of medical procedures; mild drug and alcohol references; mild references to same-sex parenting) 24 more words

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High School Musical - N.B. Grace

High School Musical: The Junior Novel – N.B. Grace, Disney Press, United States, 2006

Rating: G

Difficulty: 1 2 3 4 (Easy)

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Gone - Michael Grant

Gone – Michael Grant, Harper Collins, US, 2008

Rating: M (Moderate violence including some torture and cruelty, some gruesome scenes, mild horror, bulimia references, Moderate Themes: supernatural, power, death) 12 more words

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Judy Moody - Megan McDonald

Trudy Moody – Megan McDonald, Candlewick Press, United States, 2000

Rating: G (Contains no profanity or questionable content, but the main character is self-centred and often has a rude or negative attitude, with no apparent consequences. 21 more words

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