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Children's Fiction General

Sin dirección fija

by (author) Susin Nielsen

Planeta Publishing Corp
Initial publish date
Apr 2019
Recommended Reading age
10 to 16
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Apr 2019
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Felix Knutsson tiene doce años y tres cuartos, y disfruta mucho la trivia. Su programa de televisión favorito es Quién, Qué, Dónde, Cuándo; incluso le puso el nombre del anfitrión a su mascota. La mamá de Felix, Astrid, es amorosa, pero no puede conservar un trabajo. Así que, cuando los desalojan de su último departamento, tienen que irse a vivir a una combi. Astrid le hace jurar a Felix que no dirá nada. Si llega a hacerlo, le advierte, se lo llevarán a un hogar temporal. Las circunstancias de la pequeña familia van de mal en peor, pero Felix tiene la oportunidad de audicionar para una edición infantil de Quién, Qué, Dónde, Cuándo. Ganar el dinero del premio haría que todo regresara a la normalidad. Pero las expectativas muchas veces no coinciden con la realidad… A veces las circunstancias te obligan a mirar las cosas de manera diferente. 

About the author

Susin Nielsen got her start feeding cast and crew on the popular television series, Degrassi Junior High. They hated her food, but they saw a spark in her writing. Nielsen went on to pen sixteen episodes of the hit TV show. Since then, Nielsen has written for over 20 Canadian TV series. Her first young adult novel, Word Nerd, was published in 2008 to critical acclaim. It won multiple Young Readers’ Choice Awards, as did her second novel, Dear George Clooney: Please Marry My Mom. Her third novel, The Reluctant Journal of Henry K. Larsen, was published in August 2012. It went on to win the Governor General’s Literary Award, the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Award, the Canadian Library Association’s Children’s Book of the Year Award, and a number of Young Readers’ Choice Awards. Author Wally Lamb named it his top YA pick for 2012 in his “First Annual Wally Awards,” and recently Rolling Stone magazine put it at #27 in their list of “Top 40 Best YA Novels.” Her books have been translated into multiple languages. Susin’s new novel, We Are All Made of Molecules, will be published in Canada, the US and the UK in Spring of 2015. She lives in Vancouver with her family and two naughty cats.

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