Ruby Rogers: Who Are You Looking At?
Written by Sue Limb
Part of the Ruby Rogers Series
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Ruby Rogers is a character that all adventure seeking 7+ year olds will love to love. She wants to be a gangster when she grows up but a good one of course but being the youngest in her family has its pitfalls particularly because she has a moody older brother, and it’s not always plain sailing with her bossy best friend too. But will feisty Ruby win the day? To tom boys everywhere, your prayers have been answered – Ruby Rogers is an absolute treat. Other titles in this series include Waste of Space, Walking Legend, Get A Life, and Get Me Out of Here.
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Ruby Rogers: Who Are You Looking At? by Sue Limb
A new boy at school causes great excitement among Ruby's friends, especially Yasmin. She won't shut up about him. As if Ruby hasn't got better things to think about! A lesson on careers has got her wondering about her future. If being a Robin Hood gangsta doesn't work out, what will she do? Only when abandoned alone in a forest during a school trip does Ruby finally manage to escape all that boring boy talk. And there she makes the first in a series of surprising and exciting discoveries This book provides accurate and funny portrayals of the difficulties of being the youngest in the family, and the trials and tribulations of having a moody older brother and a bossy best friend...
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More books by Sue Limb
Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
4th August 2008
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