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Another hilarious story in the Moon Girl series....this time, Year Six are going camping on the moon!
Lyla and her friends are off to camp on the moon! They're going moon walking, laser archery shooting and low gravity dancing! And Moonite kids at camp are just so stylish and cool.
When they suggest sneaking out of camp to visit the city, Lyla and her friends can't resist, but then everything starts to go astronomically wrong . . .
"Amazing book full of science fiction and imagination" said Prish..."A fast paced, excitingly futuristic adventure, with tough lessons of friendship and relationships and remembering that we can all learn from our mistakes." thought Lexi.
Find our what our Kids Reader Review Panel thought about the first book in this series - A Moon Girl Stole My Friend!
A Moon Girl series is perfect for young readers looking for a humorous friendship story with a sci-fi twist, and is packed with quirky illustrations.
It's 2099. Lyla lives in a world of robocats, flying sweets and instant snow, but some things never change. Little brothers are still annoying, school teachers make you cringe, and, when your best friend deserts you for the new girl, it still HURTS. Especially when that new girl is from the Moon. But Lyla's problems lead her into unexpected adventures . . .
Praise for the series;
‘A wonderful hilarious science fiction book perfect for fans of Troofriend’ The School Librarian
‘Cleverly delivers a message about what friendship really means, and the importance of kindness’ LoveReading4Kids
|Publication date:||4th March 2021|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers|
|Genres:||Humorous, School Stories, Science Fiction|
Rebecca Patterson grew up in Bolton, and studied fashion due to a love of fashion illustration. After graduating, she worked at an assortment of jobs, including being an classroom assistant in a primary school. Once her own children had started school, Rebecca began an MA in Children's Book Illustration at the Cambridge School of Art and had her first picture books commissioned at the end of the course. Rebecca's work is inspired by her own childhood and her children's lives. She is the 2012 winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize. She lives in Cambridge.More About Rebecca Patterson
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