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Jane Caro talks at Artarmon Library

Author Jane Caro visited the Artarmon Library last November and talked about her book Just a girl. She spoke amazingly; she was able to portray her love of history in her talk as well as her book.

Just a girl is Jane’s third book and first novel. Her first two books were non-fiction. Just a girl is about Queen Elizabeth as told by her when she is in the Tower of London waiting for her coronation. She is going back over her life in her mind, questioning whether she is ready to be queen of the people of England.

Jane read the audience a moving passage from her book and also said she loved history as a young girl.

by Sophie Dyson

* Jane Caro’s author talk was part of the Willoughby City Library’s Teenage Reading Group which is held at Artarmon Library every 3rd Thursday of the month from 3:45pm to 4:45pm. This group will be continuing in 2012 and new members are very welcome.


Courtesy of Gazette February 2012
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Jane Caro ... reading to Artarmon teens
Photo: Monica Bailley





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