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Hollie Chips / by Anna Gowan.

By: Gowan, AnnaMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Auckland, N.Z. : Scholastic, 2010Description: 219 pages ; 19 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869439316 (pbk.) :Subject(s): Friendship -- Juvenile fiction | Neighbourhoods -- Juvenile fiction | Honesty -- Juvenile fiction | New Zealand fiction -- Juvenile fiction | Children's stories, New Zealand -- Juvenile fiction | Revenge -- Juvenile fiction | Community life -- New Zealand -- Juvenile fiction | Personal transformation -- Children's fiction | Neighbourhoods -- Juvenile iction -- Juvenile fictionGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. | Children's fiction. DDC classification: NZ823.3
Contents:
[When Hollie Chips and her mum move to Puriti Road, Hollie is baffled by the way her neighbours all keep to themselves. But Hollie is a remarkable little girl, and it isn¿t long before she has charmed her way into their lives. When she discovers that a dastardly businessman is trying to buy up their houses, to bulldoze them and build a dog food factory (which he has told them will be an orphanage!), the neighbours have to band together with Hollie and her mum to outwit him!]
Awards: Tom Fitzgibbon Award. | Tom Fitzgibbon Award 2009. | New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards 2011 Best First Book Winner. | New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards 2011 Children's Choice Junior Fiction Winner.Summary: "Hollie Chips is an unusual girl. Not just because she has one blue eye and one brown eye but she just cannot tell a lie no matter how small. So when she finds out that the unscrupulous Barry Bucksud has been lying to her and her neighbours, she plans to get even."--Back cover. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.
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When Hollie Chips and her mum move to Puriti Road, Hollie is baffled by the way her neighbours all keep to themselves. But Hollie is a remarkable little girl, and it isn't long before she has charmed her way into their lives...and when she discovers that a dastardly businessman is trying to buy up their houses to bulldoze them and build a dog food factory (which he has told them will be an orphanage!), the neighbours have to band together with Hollie and her mum to outwit him!

Novel for children.

[When Hollie Chips and her mum move to Puriti Road, Hollie is baffled by the way her neighbours all keep to themselves. But Hollie is a remarkable little girl, and it isn¿t long before she has charmed her way into their lives. When she discovers that a dastardly businessman is trying to buy up their houses, to bulldoze them and build a dog food factory (which he has told them will be an orphanage!), the neighbours have to band together with Hollie and her mum to outwit him!]

"Hollie Chips is an unusual girl. Not just because she has one blue eye and one brown eye but she just cannot tell a lie no matter how small. So when she finds out that the unscrupulous Barry Bucksud has been lying to her and her neighbours, she plans to get even."--Back cover. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.

Tom Fitzgibbon Award.

Tom Fitzgibbon Award 2009.

New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards 2011 Best First Book Winner.

New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards 2011 Children's Choice Junior Fiction Winner.

Suitable for 8 - 12 years.

New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards Finalist - 2011

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