Wrong Number by Chloe Rayban

Wrong Number

Written by Chloe Rayban
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Wrong Number by Chloe Rayban

Could the guy who phoned Marie's number by accident turn out to be the man of her dreams? A hysterically funny teen girl read from a much- loved author, given a brand new package. Marie is feeling lonely and pathetic as she sits by herself on a Saturday night while all her friends are out at a party. She just can't face Nick so soon after their break-up. When a wrong number turns into a series of late night phone calls, Marie just has to know if the boy on the phone is as cute as he sounds - but what if she doesn't like what she sees? Or worse, what if he doesn't like her? A funny and enjoyable book for teen girls. Particularly suitable for reluctant, struggling and dyslexic teens.

About the Author

Chloe Rayban is the bestselling author of 13 books for teenagers, including Wild Child (Random House). She has been shortlisted for the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize twice and the Carnegie Medal. Her books have been translated into many different languages and are sold all over the world. She lives in London and France.

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80 pages


Chloe Rayban
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Barrington Stoke Ltd

Publication date

1st July 2012



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