Anne Cottringer was born at Niagara Falls in Canada. She moved to London to study film and television and ended up staying. Since graduating with an MA in Film and Television from the Royal College of Art, Anne has worked in film and TV as a camerawoman and documentary director. She has travelled widely and still loves it. She began writing when her first child was born. Anne is published by various publishers, including Orchard and Bloomsbury.
(Paperback) - 02/08/2007
SynopsisFlower Power has always moved around. Why should this new town, new school, new flat be any different from all the others? But she meets Cat - who shares her interest in tigers, and another friend shares her passion for old jazz classics. Perhaps her hippy parents near-neglect won't matter, with these new people around her. But Cat can become very distant, particularly over boy friends, and as the school year progresses the relationships evolve and change. Flower finds that the only way that she can deal with it all is to sing her songs, and her old favourites - but will she ever find the courage to sing with such strength to a roomful of people?
- Published: 02/08/2007
- ISBN: 9781842706787
- Age Range: 12+ years