Having helped her Mum and Greg Green set their wedding date, Frankie is convinced she will be allowed to go to Paris with them on their honeymoon. She is positively preoccupied with learning French and buying a suitcase, but her colleagues want her to focus on the fight to save the local library through her newspaper The Frank Frankie.
For ages seven and up.
Frankie goes to France is the sequel to the popular Frank Frankie chapter book, published by Pan Macmillan Australia in July 2008. It is available in print (ISBN: 9780330424141) and ebook formats from:
Ingrid Jonach touches on the serious topics of decision making and relationships whilst still maintaining an upbeat storyline… This novel is perfect for reading out loud and will have you smiling and laughing the whole way through.
– Steph Reed, Mudgee Guardian and Gulgong Advertiser
I enjoyed reading this book. I found it very funny the way Frankie talks and tells her story.
– Nicholas, 7, The Adelaide Advertiser
If you liked The Frank Frankie; the newspaper that helps people, you’ll love this sequel.
– Lisa Korycki, Bendigo Advertiser