July 2012 Book of the Month. Best-selling Louise Rennison is as howlingly funny as ever as she sticks with a drama theme in this hilarious follow-up to Withering Tights. Tallulah Casey is back for a second summer at Dother Hall, the holiday theatre school in Yorkshire. The acting is fun but it’s the snogging, boy-fest, madcap adventures that really lure Tallulah back – and reel the readers in too.
Yaroooo! Tallulah's triumphant Heathcliff in 'Wuthering Heights - the comedy musical' was enough to secure her place at Dother Hall performing arts college for another term. She can't wait to see her pals again, Charlie and the boys from Woolfe Academy and maybe even bad boy Cain! Could the bright lights of Broadway be calling? And for who? Find out in the next Misadventures of Tallulah Casey.
Meg Cabot, author of The Princess Diaries and Abandon series: 'I don't know how, but Louise Rennison has done it again. Tallulah is even funnier, warmer, and sweeter than her cousin Georgia Nicolson. I fell in love with Withering Tights, and you will too!'
'Girls will relish the breakneck plot, inventive language and knockabout comedy.' - The
'new realms of funny' - Nicolette Jones, The Times
'This is a tears-running-down-your-face-in-sheer-joy type of read' - Sugarscape
Praise for Withering Tights:
'Wickedly entertaining.' - Julia Eccleshare, The Guardian
'It's all a hoot.' - Nicolette Jones, Sunday Times
Praise for Confessions of Georgia Nicolson:
'Raucously fun.' - The Times
'You'll be falling about laughing at this.' - Mizz
|Publication date:||5th July 2012|
|Publisher:||HarperCollins Children's Books an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 13+ readers|
|Genres:||Humorous, Romance / Relationship Stories|
|Recommendations:||Books of the Month, eBooks|
Louise Rennison (1951 – 2016) A hugely popular writer and comedian, who wrote brilliantly funny stories for teenage girls including the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series, the first of which was made into a successful movie. When Louise was 15, her parents decided to emigrate to Wairakei in New Zealand. Its main claim to fame is that it had some of the most violent geothermal activity in the world. "When we had Sunday lunch in the back garden, the tables heaved and lurched around, and the trees went backwards and forwards. That was because underneath the table, underneath the earth's surface, thousands ...More About Louise Rennison