Fab Confessions of Georgia Nicolson Stop in the Name of Pants! / Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me? by Louise Rennison
  

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Fab Confessions of Georgia Nicolson Stop in the Name of Pants! / Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me? by Louise Rennison

The brilliantly funny final novels (9th and 10th) in the GEORGIA NICOLSON series, out now in gorgey new paperback omnibus edition by recent winner of the ROALD DAHL FUNNY PRIZE. 'Stop in the name of pants!': Now that Georgia has finally won over gorgey Masimo, the Italian Stallion, her old friend and lip-nibbling partner Dave the Laugh has popped up again. Will Georgia go to Pizza-a-gogo land to visit dreamy Masimo? Or could her perfect boy be closer than she thinks. A Sex Kitty's life is never simple...'Are these my basoomas I see before me?': It's the FINAL instalment of Georgia's fab and hilarious diary! Does Georgia escape the cakeshop of luuurve? Can there be more heartbreaknosity in store? Will the Sex God pop up again unexpectedly (oo-er)! And what about the supreme accidental snogmaster Dave the Laugh? Will she FINALLY choose her only one and only? Follow Georgia's hilarious antics as she desperately muddles her way through teenage life and all that it entails: make-up disasters, rapidly expanding nunga-nungas, school - urgh - unsympathetic friends, highly embarrassing family (and pets) and, of course, BOYS...

Reviews

Either these books make you chortle like a loon in loon pants or you live on another planet Nicolette Jones, Sunday Times Raucously fun Amanda Craig, The Times

About the Author

Louise Rennison

Louise Rennison (1951 – 2016) A hugely popular writer and comedian, who wrote brilliantly funny stories for teenage girls including the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series, the first of which was made into a successful movie.

When Louise was 15, her parents decided to emigrate to Wairakei in New Zealand. Its main claim to fame is that it had some of the most violent geothermal activity in the world. "When we had Sunday lunch in the back garden, the tables heaved and lurched around, and the trees went backwards and forwards. That was because underneath the table, underneath the earth's surface, thousands of cubic feet of molten steam was trying to get out … and kill us!" Louise's dad had his shoes blown off by a rogue bore.

Louise's research for her books required many hours hanging around with 14-year-olds which is, as she said, "Brilliant - the best fun known to humanity. It's all boys, make-up, laughing and, er, that's it.”

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Format

Paperback
640 pages
Interest Age: From 13

Author

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Author's Website

www.louiserennison.com/#!/h...

Publisher


www.harpercollinschildrensb...

Publication date

29th September 2011

ISBN

9780007412044


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