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Illustrated ByJennie Poh
PublisherBarrington Stoke Ltd
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Publication date13th June 2012
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Three's a Crowd
Written by: Jo Cotterill
Illustrated by: Jennie Poh
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Interest age: Teen, Reading age 6.5+. Every teenage girl’s ideal dilemma! When Molly is asked out by both Oliver and Jack she’s thrilled. Oliver is very polite and kind and seems really interested in finding out about Molly and what she likes. Jack is really cool; he plays in a band and looks gorgeous. And he’s travelled all over the world! Molly’s not sure which boy she’d rather go out with especially as her best friend Ben seems to have reservations about both! Does he have a particular reason?
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SynopsisThree's a Crowd by Jo Cotterill
Interest age: Teen, Reading age 6.5+. Jo Cotterill's brand new story about a girl spoilt for choice as she searches for her dream boy. Molly's been asked on two dates with two very different boys and she can't make up her mind who she likes best. Luckily, her best friend Ben is on hand to help her decide. Girly fun from the acclaimed author of the Sweet Hearts series. Suitable for reluctant, struggling and dyslexic readers.
About The Author
Jo Cotterill has worked as an actress and a teacher, but now writes full time in her writing shed in her back garden. She lives in a little village just outside Oxford with her husband and daughter. Jo plays the flute quite well and the piano quite badly, and loves cheese more than anything - even chocolate!
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