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How can three friends look out for each other? Daisy and Phoebe are worried about their friend Erika. She’s good at everything and very popular but someone seems to be giving her a hard time. Each of the three girls tells their part in unravelling the story in an easy to read and chatty style.
Erika is good at sport, actually she's good at everything, and she has loads of friends. But her two best friends Daisy and Phoebe are worried about her - she seems really quiet and is avoiding them. If it wasn't Erika they'd be worried she was being bullied, but surely no one would bully the most popular girl in school?
Illustrated in black and white throughout by Kate Pankhurst. Perfect for younger Jacqueline Wilson fans.
|Publication date:||4th July 2013|
|Publisher:||Andersen Press Ltd|
|Suitable for:||7+ readers|
|Genres:||General Fiction, Personal Social Health Economic|
Julia Jarman has written over 60 books for children. Born in 1946, Julia was brought up near Peterborough, and attended local schools. Her family had a small plot of land on which they kept chickens and pigs. They also had a dog, two cats, a succession of rabbits, and for a short time, a grass snake! Her pets have featured in her stories at some point. This little plot was important to Julia as she could escape there and read or just do nothing - essentials for a good imagination. As a child ...More About Julia Jarman