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Ming and Flo Fight for the Future (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
Ming and Flo Fight for the Future (MP3)
Series:
Girls Who Changed the World #1
Written by:
Jackie French 
Read by:
Edwina Wren 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
4 hours 55 minutes 
MP3 size:
216 MB 
Published:
March 02 2022 
Available Date:
March 02 2022 
Age Category:
Children (10+) 
ISBN:
9781460741399 
Genres:
Fiction; Australian Fiction; Children; Children's Fiction; General Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda/HarperCollins audio 
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Bestselling author
Award winning author
Australian author

An empowering and exhilarating look at the girls who went before us and the way they shaped the world, from award-winning author Jackie French.

Twelve-year-old Ming Qong is convinced that girls must have changed the world, even if they are rarely mentioned in history books. So when Ming gets the chance to go back in time she imagines herself changing destinies from a glittering palace or explorer's ship, but instead, she ends up in Australia in 1898, living a tough life as Flo Watson on a drought-stricken farm. Luckily, Ming is rescued by Flo's Aunt McTavish. Wealthy Aunt McTavish belongs to Louisa Lawson’s Suffragist Society, who are desperately and courageously fighting for women’s rights. And Ming is determined to get involved, to make a difference … But change is never easy, so how can one girl change the world?

'Jackie French has woven a fascinating, absorbing and well-written story.' (on Slave Girl)
Books for Keeps

'Jackie French has a passion for history and an enviable ability to weave the fascinating minutiae of everyday life into a good story.' (on A Waltz for Matilda)
Magpies Magazine

'The perfect read for anyone who loves immersing themselves in Australian fiction. Gripping, emotional and moving.' (on Clancy of the Overflow)
New Idea

'A master storyteller ...' (on Tom Appleby, Convict Boy)
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