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More hilarious exploits from the angst ridden teen diarist Rachel Riley. Fans of Louise Rennison’s character Georgia Nicolson will love this as will all those who have enjoyed the ups and down and ups again of Rachel’s life to date. To view other titles in the series click here.
Carpe diem i.e. seize the day! Which means utter experimenting as far
as snogging is concerned. Am never going to find the ONE if just keep
having accidental liaisons with Jack or ill-advised flirtations with
The ONE is out there somewhere. Maybe even right under my nose. I just need to be open-minded.
And open-armed. And possibly open-mouthed. Life, as they say, is what you make it.
And am definitely, no doubt about it, going to make mine fabulous. Starting now. Read the hilarious results of Rachel Riley's 'seize the day' philosophy in this fantastic fifth instalment of her diaries.
Publication date: 06/08/2009
Publisher: Oxford University Press
|Publication date:||6th August 2009|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Genres:||NewGen - YA Fiction, eBook Favourites,|
Joanna Nadin has had a varied and interesting career including writing John Prescott's parliamentary agony column and working as a Special Advisor to the Prime Minister. She left Downing Street in 2005 and is now a freelance government scriptwriter and writer. Joanna has previously written children’s titles for Walker Books but this is her first book for the teenage market. Inspiration came from her own tragically normal life in Saffron Walden. She now lives in Bath with her husband and daughter Amelia.More About Joanna Nadin