Amy Green Teen Agony Queen: Boy Trouble
Written by Sarah Webb
Part of the Ask Amy Green Series
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Sarah Webb is a debut children's author but an established chick-lit novelist and her wonderful 13 year old character creation in Amy Green, teen agony aunt extraordinaire, is set to be the new best friend for every pre-teen girl. Full of humour and wisdom the novel will strike a chord with girls everywhere.
A message from the author:
Hi, welcome to my very first Amy Green book. This book is co-written by the thirteen year old me! I've kept diaries for years and when I read them now I remember exactly what it feels like to be a teenager again - sometimes shy and uncertain, sometimes on top of the world.
Amy Green Teen Agony Queen: Boy Trouble by Sarah Webb
When Amy Green's seventeen-year-old Aunt Clover lands a dream job giving advice for teen mag 'The Goss' Amy quickly realizes that this is no ordinary column. But when Amy falls for the cute boy in her art class, she finds she's in need of a little help of her own.
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2nd February 2009
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