Free Teacher Resource: Take Three Girls Teaching Notes by Robyn Sheahan-Bright.

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Free Teacher Resource: Take Three Girls Teaching Notes by Robyn Sheahan-Bright.

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Pan Macmillan Teachers’ Notes Take Three Girls

Notes by Robyn Sheahan-Bright

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With its themes of friendship, feminism, identity and belonging, as well as its unflinching look at online bullying, Take Three Girls is a timely and appealing text for students 14+.

 “A beautifully written and thoughtful examination of adolescent femininity.” – The White Ravens, International Youth Library

“Take Three Girls is a must-read for every teenager and I don't say that lightly. The story set at the fictitious St Hilda's College is a raw and deeply authentic tale which expertly prompts students to think about the destructive nature of gossip, the damage of sexist behaviour and language, the struggle to find your identity and the power of unexpected friendships. These are all issues and challenges Australian teens are faced with often on a daily basis. I loved this story but more importantly I loved that the authors - Fiona, Simmone and Cath - have created a reading experience where teenagers can explore and think about high school choices, values and consequences from the safety of their bedrooms, book in hand. If I had my way, I'd put Take Three Girls on every year nine reading list.” – Rebecca Sparrow, bestselling author, columnist, speaker