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Loads of fun, farce and teen romance provide a delightful background for Chloe and Zoe as they make and break their plans for a summer holiday to remember. Falling in and out of love, making up their stories for their parents and, above all, keeping up their very special friendship. This story makes for hilarious and charming reading.
Zoe and Chloe have already survived one threat to their friendship in the form of the devilish Beast, who toyed cruelly with Chloe's affections. Now the girls are back on track and hatching a plan to go down to Newquay, rent a caravan and have a great time. But first they have to earn some cash, which they do via much back-breaking work growing veg for a farmer's market stall. Finally they get to Newquay ...bliss! Freedom! So why does the terrible Beast have to turn up? Zoe is furious. But does Beast have a - up till now very much hidden - soft centre? It's time to have a rethink on the nature of the Beast ...
'For those who can't get enough of (Girl, 15's) world, there is ... Zoe and Chloe. The obsessions, embarrassments, disasters and joys of young teen life are captured with pitch-perfect comic timing'
|Publication date:||4th January 2010|
|Publisher:||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Suitable for:||13+ readers|
Sue Limb is the bestselling author of the Girl, 15 books featuring Jess Jordan. Her other children’s books include Come Back, Grandma, which was shortlisted for the Smarties Prize. Sue lives on a remote organic farm near Nailsworth in Gloucestershire. Chocolate SOS, published by Bloomsbury in January 2012, is another side-splittingly funny story featuring the crazy confessions of charming but insane Jess Jordan. For 7+ year olds there’s:RUBY ROGERS - Ruby wants to be a gangster when she grows up. Not a horrid violent one, obviously - more a kind of female Robin Hood living in the ...More About Sue Limb