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July 2012 Book of the Month. All the hopes and fears for Ellie as she moves up to secondary school are brilliantly captured in this fun to read story which shows how important friends are when you are facing a challenge. Of course, she’ll have her best friend Jasmine coming too the new school too but Ellie knows her much her shyness may stop her making friends. Will she be able to overcome her fears, deal with the homework and even begin to enjoy it? With friendship at their heart, the storylines in this new series will resonate with all girls, especially those preparing to change schools.
It's the start of a new school year, but for Ellie Lovewood, it's also the start of a whole new school, too. Even though her BFF, Jasmine, is going to the same school she can't help worrying - she's always been the quiet and shy one whereas Jasmine wouldn't look out of place on the stage! What if Jasmine finds some more exciting friends to hang out with? Argh! Life was so much easier at primary school! Now there are new lessons, new classmates and new boys to get to know...not to mention the ton of homework that's suddenly landed in her lap and the endless new jokes about her surname! It's time to sink or swim!
|Publication date:||1st June 2012|
|Publisher:||Stripes Publishing, an imprint of Magi Publications an imprint of Magi Publications|
|Suitable for:||9+ readers|
|Recommendations:||Books of the Month|
Holly Robbins is the pen name of Belinda Rapley, who grew up in London, in a house overflowing with books. She wrote her first book aged fifteen and has been writing ever since. After university she wrote for horsey websites, then worked in publishing and book printing. She lives in Suffolk with her boyfriend and her black and white rescue cat, Puffin.More About Holly Robbins