Cecily Anne Paterson writes warmhearted fiction for girls. Every girl needs a friend, but sometimes life just doesn't work out that way. Books do, though. A girl who needs a friend, or a helping hand, or a good laugh or cry is going to find it in Paterson's stories.
Cecily Anne Paterson grew up in Pakistan where she went to boarding school in the Himalayas. Now she lives in a tiny Australian town with her husband, four kids and two dogs.
Love and Muddy Puddles (A Coco and Charlie Franks novel Book 1)
by Cecily Anne Paterson
Things can't get any worse, right? Thirteen year old fashionista Coco Franks has finally made it into the popular group at school when her dad decides to move the whole family to the country so they can 'bond'. Social death is looming, her shoes are covered in mud and all Coco wants to do is get herself back to her city friends....
Charlie Franks is A-OK (Coco and Charlie Franks Novels Book 2)
by Cecily Anne Paterson
Unlike her drama-queen twin sister, Charlie Franks is always fine. At least she is until she has to start a new school, finds out she can't ride her new horse, and gets told that her Mum has something totally weird wrong with her. Charlie's not A-OK. Not at all. And she can't see how things are ever going to get better. Charlie...
Get the Ebook FREE when you purchase the paperback. In book two of the Invisible series, thirteen year old Jazmine isn't the girl that nobody notices any more. She’s got friends, and even a boyfriend, Liam. Things should be good now, right? But it’s complicated. For starters, she can’t sleep at night. At school, arrogant...
Get the Ebook FREE when you purchase the paperback Jazmine Crawford doesn’t make decisions. She doesn’t make choices. She doesn’t make friends. Jazmine Crawford only wants one thing: to be invisible. For Jazmine, it’s a lot easier to take out her hearing aid and drift along pretending that nothing’s wrong than it is to admit...
What I know about autism. 1. It's hard. 2. There's hope.: A story of fear and faith, meltdowns and mayhem, tea and...
by Cecily Paterson
What does Cecily Paterson know about autism? When her three year old son was diagnosed with autism, the answer was ‘nothing’. She didn’t know anything about it. At all. Four years later, she knew a lot more. But it wasn’t just information from a book. Her knowledge was deeper than that. It delved into her heart and her emotions...
I'm Sad and I Need Cake: When real people write real letters about grief
by Hannah Boland, Cecily Paterson
What do you say when your friend’s baby dies? What do you say when her second baby is tragically stillborn? Is there any ‘right’ way to respond to grief? And when you’re the one who’s suffering, how do you get through the day? What do you say to the God you follow, the God who could have prevented such tragedy? Hannah Boland...
Categories: All Advice and How-To; All Nonfiction; All Religion & Spirituality
The Road Once Travelled
by Mark Gilbert, Cecily Paterson
According to the 2006 census, in Australia over 5 million people identify themselves as Catholic. That's roughly 1 in 4 people. Yet only about 14% of those 5 million Catholics go to church regularly, compared to around 60% a generation ago. The statistics are indisputable: millions of Catholics, whilst still calling themselves...
Categories: All Nonfiction; All Religion & Spirituality
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