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'Those girls took their lives in their hands every time they set foot outside the front door. But Chalet Girls met disaster head on. They jolly well rolled their sleeves up, and got on with it; rockfalls, plunges through the ice... even scheming Nazis.'
Katharine McMahon celebrates the role that public libraries have played in her life, from her earliest discovery of the magic of books as a child, to her later career as a writer.
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