Secrets at St Judes: Sunshine Girl by Carmen Reid
  

Secrets at St Judes: Sunshine Girl

Written by Carmen Reid
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Part of the Secrets at St Jude's Series

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Secrets at St Judes: Sunshine Girl by Carmen Reid

The St Jude's girls are taking a super-fun trip to visit Gina's amazing LA home, but there are upsets and excitement for Gina, Niffy, Amy and Min this term. Will Amy finally find out who her mother is? And will Gina decide between her two love interests? And what about Min - is she just getting too wrapped up in her crazy science discoveries?

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About the Author

Carmen Reid

Carmen Reid was born and brought up in a chilly and windy corner of Scotland in the depths of the countryside. This may explain her lifelong phobia of cows and abiding interest in cities, department stores, books, the cinema and newspapers.

Fortunately her hobbies are cooking, cleaning, arguing about whose turn it is to walk the dog, clean the fish tank, take out the rubbish, do the laundry... and so on.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
288 pages

Author

Carmen Reid
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Author's Website

www.carmenreid.com/

Publisher

Corgi Childrens an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

7th April 2011

ISBN

9780552563680


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