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Title:
Girl Underground
Written by:
Morris Gleitzman 
Read by:
Mary-Anne Fahey 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
3 hours 35 minutes 
Published:
October 01 2014 
Available Date:
October 01 2014 
Age Category:
Children (8+) 
ISBN:
1740946251 
APN / ISBN-13:
9781740946254 
Genres:
Fiction; Australian Fiction; Children; Children's Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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Shortlisted Canberra's Own Outstanding List (COOL) Award / Older Readers 2005
Shortlisted Kids Own Australian Literature Awards (KOALA) / Older Readers 2007
Shortlisted Kids Own Australian Literature Awards (KOALA) / Years 7-9 2010
Notable Title Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) Awards 2005
Shortlisted Young Australians' Best Book Award (YABBA) / Older Readers 2006
Shortlisted Reading, Enjoying Australian Literature / Young Reader 2010

"Readers can't get enough of him."
The Independent

Sometimes, to help a friend, you have to dig deep.

Trying to fit in at a posh new school is really hard when your loving and lovable family also happen to be criminals. Bridget is succeeding pretty well and has even made a friend, Menzies, the son of the federal Minister for National Development. Then she finds out about Menzies' penfriend, Jamal, a refugee kid from Afghanistan held in a detention centre. When daring appeals to the government and the prime minister himself fail to set Jamal and his sister free, Bridget and Menzies decide to take matters into their own hands. Sometimes the only way to make things happen is to do them yourself. A story of friendship, courage and Iraqi blenders from the bestselling author of Boy Overboard.

"Bridget, the bright hope of criminal parents she's trying to keep out of prison, befriends Menzies, son of a government minister, when her family sends her to an exclusive boarding school. She joins his mission to free refugee children at a desert detention center. Bridget is the narrator of this realistic, timely Australian adventure about immigration policy, terrorists, and the difference between the rights of criminals and illegal aliens. Mary-Anne Fahey's Australian accent lends believability to the story, and she expertly captures Bridget's excitement, spontaneity, and idealism."
AudioFile Magazine