Losing William
By Jenni Francis, Illustrated by Anita Smith
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Keri is a high-achieving all rounder who upsets her friends when she receives an award at school. Things get rapidly worse when her parents separate and she finds herself alone at
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9-12 years
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Losing William
9780473294533
by Jenni Francis
illustrated by Anita Smith
Keri (1)(part: 1)
3 October 2015
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120
812.9 KB
9-12 years (9-12)
1
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A great read for boys and girls Reviewed by Jenny McColl Life is not good at the moment for 12 year old Keri Walker. She received an award for high achievement at school but her so-called frien...
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Author Biography

Jenni Francis lives in Matakana, New Zealand, on a five acre property with her husband, a greedy golden retriever named Bailey and a crazy cat named Tui. She began writing children's stories a long time ago, but has only recently decided to do something with them. This is because she now has nine grandchildren, and all the stories from her own life, her children's lives and her grandchildren's lives can be woven together to make exciting stories for all children to enjoy. Jenni wrote her first book, 'Losing William' when her eldest grandchild was a year old. Jess loves that a book was written for her, and Emily loves that 'Fire Island' was written for her. Then it was Sophie's turn, so 'Danger Signs' was written for her. 'Cold as Ice' is the fourth book, dedicated to Grace and Emma. Jenni Francis lives in Matakana, New Zealand, on a five acre property with her husband, a greedy golden retriever named Bailey and a crazy cat named Tui. She began writing children's stories a long time ago, but has only recently decided to do something with them. This is because she now has eleven grandchildren, and all the stories from her own life, her children's lives and her grandchildren's lives can be woven together to make exciting stories for all children to enjoy.