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The Rebels of Mount Buffalo by Helen Edwards

THE REBELS OF MOUNT BUFFALO, is out now with Riveted Press!

It's a captivating time-slip tale in which a girl lost to grief meets a daring rebel on a misty mountain who guides her to rediscover her courage and find her way home.

You can order your copies online now from Yellow Brick Books, my website shopBooktopiaAmazon, and Angus and Robertson.

It's making its way into bookshops and libraries across Australia. If you can't find it in your local bookshop or library, just ask them to get it in for you.

Here's the blub!

It's 1998 and Clara and her parents are staying at the Mount Buffalo Chalet for the national park centenary celebrations. It couldn't be more different from their last visit - they were a family of four then.

With her twin brother Darius gone, Clara has no reference point anymore, no guide. It's like being lost in the bush without a compass. 

Without him, she doesn't really know who she is.

After a strange night, Clara wakes up in 1893. There she meets Alice, a girl who lives within the fern-filled valleys at the base of Mount Buffalo. To her surprise, Clara realises she is Guide Alice, considered a rebel of her time, an adventurous non-conformist who spent much of her life boldly leading people along the rugged trails between granite tors and misty mountain peaks.

The 1890s were a difficult era in Australia's history. The country is in the grip of a terrible Depression, and desperate people can be dangerous. When Alice's life is threatened, Clara must rediscover the courage she has always had, and become the girl she was always meant to be. 

Bringing in themes of early feminism and issues such as bullying, never being a bystander, managing grief and finding your courage, this engaging middle grade timeslip story draws on the true history of Mount Buffalo and the incredible role the Manfield family, and Guide Alice in particular, played in the preservation of the National Park and the development of tourism in the Mount Buffalo region.

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Resources for The Rebels of Mount Buffalo

Visit Mount Buffalo

The Visit Mount Buffalo website is a treasure trove of information to visiting Mount Buffalo. All the information you need to plan your trip to Mount Buffalo is included on the website. This includes history, maps, walking trails, activities, sightseeing, camping and weather information.

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