'What is Lucy going to do next?' I keep getting asked.
You can find out in the latest book, Lucy Bee & Soline.
The adventure begins when French exchange student Soline arrives.
Lucy is now 15. Her friends have their career paths sorted but Lucy is floundering. She can't decide what she wants to do with her life, what she wants to be.
When she welcomes Soline into her family home, she has no idea their friendship will lead to surprising discoveries about her own country and its history, much less a visit to France and a revelation that will pave the way for an exciting career she's barely even dreamt of.
Soline, wanting a change of scene and adventure, travels to New Zealand where everything is new and different. She's only just settling in when her sister calls from France with disturbing news - the chateau will have to be sold.
With Lucy's help, Soline searches desperately for a way to save the home her family have lived in for generations.
Does the past hold the answers?
How important is heritage in making your who you are?
'This book would be a good supporting resource for the New Zealand history curriculum.' (Lauryn Urquhart, SLANZA)