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Written by Ros Asquith
Part of the Tweenage Tearaway SeriesWrite A Review
Ghostly goings-on and the hilarious Save the World with a Song concert feature in this second title about the tweenager with a brain full of fireworks and a heart of gold. In this second book about everyone's favourite tweenager, Trixie has to discover two things. Firstly, just who or what is the Ghost of St Aubergine's Primary School and what does he or she want? Secondly, why does the Save the Car Factory meeting have to be on the same day as her Save the World with a Song Concert? Thirdly, just what has happened to her trumpet she left on the bus? Fourthly, why is that dirty old man following her everywhere? The trials and tribulations of growing up, told with hilarious, fast-moving humour. Join Trixie and her friends and foes, in this rip-roaring, rollicking, tumultous and Very Extremely funny novel.
|Publication date:||2nd June 2003|
|Publisher:||HarperCollins Children's Books an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Ros Asquith has been theatre critic for Time Out, City Limits and the Observer before emerging as a cartoonist. Her cartoon strip Doris ran for ten years in the Guardian. Ros wrote and illustrated the best-selling Teenage Worrier series about angst-ridden Letty Chubb, published by Piccadilly Press and Scholastic. She has also written picture book texts illustrated by other people and illustrated books written by other authors, such as Anne Fine, Dick King-Smith and Francesca Simon. She lives in London with her jazz critic partner and their two sons.More About Ros Asquith