Girls F.C. Is an Own Goal Bad? by Helena Pielichaty
  

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Girls F.C. Is an Own Goal Bad? by Helena Pielichaty

Girls United is the best team for football and friendship. Twins Daisy and Dylan love playing football, but try as they might, they are always late for matches. Living in a converted windmill with a scatty mum, a disorganized dad, ballet-mad twin brothers and countless pets doesn't help. Unfortunately the twins' laid-back attitude annoys some of their teammates. Luckily their Scottish granny is on hand with some tactics of her own to get the twins to arrive on time!

About the Author

Helena Pielichaty
Helena Pielichaty (Pierre-li-hatty) lives in Nottinghamshire with her husband Peter and two children, Hanya and Joe. Her first book, Vicious Circle, was published in 1998 and was selected as one of the Book Trust's Top 100 books of that year.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
112 pages
Interest Age: 9 years +

Author

Helena Pielichaty
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Author's Website

www.helena-pielichaty.com/

Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

3rd August 2009

ISBN

9781406317367


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