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By Bell, Hilary
In a bleak, remote town, a small child is murdered. Suspicion falls on nine-year-old Lizzie. Angela, Lizzie's young mother, is convinced her daughter is guilty. She must make the torturous choice between ignoring what her intuition tells her, and presenting Lizzie to the police w ...
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By Bell, Hilary; Harris, Nancy; Higginson, Craig; Lesslie, Michael; Lustgarten, Anders
A collection of ten new plays for young people specially commissioned by the National Theatre for the New Connections Festival 2012 which will involve 200 schools and youth theatre groups in the UK and Ireland. Each play is accompanied by production notes and exercises.
By Abela, Donna; Bates, Vanessa; Bell, Hilary; Janaczewska, Noelle; Laughton, Verity
A collection of self-contained performance texts conceived with Higher School Certificate students in mind, this title helps young performers understand, research, and communicate each piece.
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By Capsis, Paul; Meyrick, Julian; Bell, Hilary
In 1948, Angela left Malta. Having gathered up five children, she sailed out on the Strathnavar, leaving poverty and the war behind. Her destination: Australia. In Surry Hills, she could build a bright new life. If only she could first learn the language, finish shoring up their ...
Tales of missing children have always held a terrible fascination. Celtic folklore chilled the bones of many a superstitious new mother with stories of babies stolen from their beds by envious fairies, changelings left in their place. These days, when a child disappears the media ...
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