Maureen Crisp


Maureen Crisp is a children's writer and teacher based in New Zealand. She has published with School Journal NZ and Penguin and writes a popular column for kids in a nationally distributed newspaper to schools. Maureen also writes a weekly blog roundup on publishing tips and trends for her fellow children's writers in New Zealand and around the world. She has a keen interest in astronomy and loves finding things out which all feed the stories she tells and writes.

Where to find Maureen Crisp online

Twitter: @craicer

Where to buy in print


Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 37,410. Language: English. Published: December 20, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction, Fiction » Children’s books » Entertainment
Can a friendship survive three years of lies, a famous rock band, obsessive fans and your own family? Tressa Morrison has carefully faked a normal life for herself online. Unfortunately, to finally meet her best friend Sonia, she has to travel with Craic, the most famous Irish band in the world. Can Tressa fake a normal life with a rockstar father? Children's Book Reading age 8-12

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action    children 8 to 12    childrens book    fans    friendship    funny    mystery    rockstars    self belief