Secrets at St Jude's 4: Rebel Girl
Written by Carmen Reid
Part of the Secrets at St Jude's Series
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The four feisty friends from St Jude’s are back for a new term of dramas. These girls have glamorous homes and loads of money but it doesn’t protect them from the ups and downs of new relationships, the ubiquitous desire to be attractive and the complications of relationships with parents. And that’s not to mention school work and the dread of exams. Another hugely entertaining and dramatic episode of boarding school life.
Secrets at St Jude's 4: Rebel Girl by Carmen Reid
At St Jude's School for Girls, four friends are facing very different problems ...Can Gina still be happy with her boyfriend when there's such an exciting new guy on the scene? How will Amy survive when her rich dad's money disappears? What can tomboy Niffy do to make herself gorgeous? And why is Min spending so much time in the study and missing all the fun? Sounds like all the St Jude's friends need to get in touch with their inner Rebel Girl!
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Corgi Childrens an imprint of Random House Children's Books
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