$19.99 – Paperback / Fremantle Press / Australia
Sunscreen and Lipstick
This book is all about women.
From the mad excitement of first love to the grief of losing a parent, this is a summer collection about mums, daughters, wives and girlfriends from some of Australia's best-loved writers. Just in time for Christmas and summer holidays, this is the perfect book to throw into your beachbag for a day on the sand or to slip into your handbag for a trip to the coffee shop.
I wish you the same goosebumps of recognition, the joy of validated experience and the sheer pleasure that I enjoyed in reading Sunscreen and Lipstick.
- Liz Byrski.
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