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A Lovereading4kids 'Great Read' you may have missed 2011 selection.
Teenager Lia is used to dealing with falling in love, arguing with her family and shopping! In fact, her Mum has just kicked her out of the house when her lottery numbers come up. Suddenly, Lia is £8 million pounds richer. Her account of what money can – and can’t buy – is hilarious. With money, teen life looks very different in this highly entertaining but also thought-provoking novel written in a convincing teen voice.
Money can't buy you love. But it can buy many other very nice things. Lia's mum is a nag, her sister's a pain and she's getting nowhere in pursuit of the potentially paranormal Raf. Then she wins GBP8 million in the lottery, and suddenly everything is different. But will Lia's fortune create more problems than it solves? Everyone dreams of winning the lottery - but what's it really like? Find out in this hilarious story by Keren David, whose acclaimed debut novel, When I Was Joe, was Highly Commended for the Booktrust Teenage Prize.
A really funny and thought-provoking tale of a teenage Lottery winner - and the inevitable chaos that follows. - Bookseller
A laugh-out-loud story of family life turned upside down by Lia's winning lottery ticket. Masquerading as a light-hearted read, this delightful book introduces a larger-than-life family struggling to stay calm with two teenage girls in their midst! - Bookseller
A thoughtful, salutary, well-researched tale. - Independent on Sunday
Told with humour and a light touch, there are some mysteries to explore and hints of danger, but essentially, this is a coming-of-age story. - Tall Tales and Short Stories
Wise, funny, ingeniously plotted and deeper by far than its chick-lit type exterior suggests. - Jewish Chronicle
Surely you can buy a perfect life with £8 mill? Lia knows differently. Sweet, sad and very, very funny. - Bliss
'It's serious, funny, realistic and light-hearted, which is basically everything I've come to expect from this author.' - Wondrous Reads.com
|Publication date:||4th August 2011|
|Publisher:||Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd|
|Suitable for:||13+ readers|
Keren David worked as a news reporter and feature writer before publishing her compelling debut YA novel, When I Was Joe, while taking a course in Writing for Children at City University. Keren now teaches the City University course and is an editor for The Jewish Chronicle . Her novels have won and been nominated for numerous awards including the Carnegie Medal and the Branford Boase award. Keren lives in North LondonMore About Keren David
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