My top 3 favourite things about Fiona Hardy’s novel ‘How to Make a Movie in 12 Days’

INT. SUBURBAN HOUSE. AFTERNOON. A blogger, CARLY, finishes reading How to Make a Movie in 12 Days. She holds up THE BOOK and looks towards the camera with a grin.

CARLY
This debut middle grade novel by Fiona Hardy is amazing! It’s funny, heartfelt, mysterious and made me want to watch every movie mentioned in it.

THE BOOK
Tell them about my synopsis!

CARLY
Great idea, awesome book!

12 Days
Beautiful cover illustration by Jess Racklyeft

Eleven-year-old film enthusiast, Hayley Whelan, has wanted to make a horror movie her whole life. When Hayley’s grandmother passes away, she’s gifted a video camera from the inheritance so she can make her film ‘Rosebud’ over the holidays with her friends. But Hayley is in for some horrors of her own when it becomes clear that someone is trying to sabotage her movie.

Firstly, I loved how prominent Hayley’s joy for filmmaking was.
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