Ally Mosher is a born-and-bred Australian, growing up in rural NSW. Her first book, "The High School Survival Guide", was drawn from lessons learnt at her time in a public high school where she mastered the art of embracing her inner geek. The book was published shortly after Ally's 20th birthday.
"The High School Survival Guide" was the 2012 Global Ebook Award winner in the category Teen Literature/Non Fiction.
Ally is now a graphic and web designer, and currently lives in the Blue Mountains with her husband - in a very small house with two very big dogs!
Practical, down-to-earth advice on how to make the most of your time in high school. School Life: Sorted! is your ultimate guide to all things academic in high school. From a guide to the very first day of school to your final exams and everything in between, use this book as your secret weapon for high school success.
You don’t have to read the whole book through - flick to the article you need, when you need it. Let this book inspire you to work hard, do your best and start enjoying the high school journey!
The High School Survival Guide Journal is not just empty, lined paper - it provides plenty of space to write and draw, but also contains tips and quotes from The High School Survival Guide book on areas such as study, money management, friendship and family. It also contains sections at the beginning and end to fill out, prompting them to think about things like what they value in their friends, what they like most about themselves and what their life goals are.
This journal makes an excellent stocking filler or gift for girls between the ages of 11 and 16.
We recommend you read the journal through quickly before giving it to your teenager - none of the tips are controversial but reading them beforehand will give you context if your teen has questions.
Ally Mosher in The Blue Mountains Gazette
Ally Mosher in The Westerner
Ally Mosher turned down a place at university to write a book to help young women navigate their way through high ... read more
Ally Mosher in The Penrith Press
Chris Georgakopoulos ALLY Mosher was told she was crazy after ignoring a $20,000 university scholarship but two ... read more