Ask Amy Green: Summer Secrets - Sarah Webb (Paperback)

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Description

Everyone's favourite agony aunt is back solving problems for teen girls everywhere.

Product Details

Barcode
9781406316940
Department
Books
Released
1 Feb 2010
Supply Source
UK

Book

Author
Sarah Webb
Subtitle
Summer Secrets
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Walker Books Ltd
Series
Ask Amy Green
Language
English
Number of Pages
240
Dimensions
197 x 129 x 19mm (230g)

Summary

Everyone's favourite agony aunt is back solving problems for teen girls everywhere.

Teen problem-solving supremos Amy and Clover are trapped in family holiday hell - a week in rainy Ireland with a neurotic aunt, nagging mum, crazy step-dad and irritating cousin. The summer seems set for disaster until Clover gets the chance to interview an American movie star for The Goss magazine. And there's no way she's leaving Amy behind! Look out, US of A-mazing - here they come!

Juvenile Fiction

General Subject
Children's Young Adults
BISAC Subject 1
Juvenile Fiction / Love & Romance
BISAC Subject 2
Juvenile Fiction / Family / Stepfamilies
BISAC Subject 3
Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Friendship
BIC Classification 2
General fiction (Children's / Teenage)
Dewey Classification
823.92
Readership
Teenage / Young Adult

Author Bio

Sarah Webb worked in bookselling for many years and now writes full-time. Her bestselling novels for adults include Always the Bridesmaid and Something to Talk About. Amy Green Teen Agony Queen is her first series for pre-teens. She lives in Dublin with her partner and young family.

Review Quotes

A funny, lively and thought-provoking book * The Scotsman on Amy Green Teen Agony Queen: Boy Trouble * Fabulously funny, this is a brilliant read * Mizz * Good mixture of emotion and humour * South Wales Echo * Captured the feelings and concerns of teenagers and pre-teen girls perfectly * Edinburgh Evening News * Although I am well past my teenage years, I enjoyed this story of Amy Green and her quirky aunt Clover and I think it would especially appeal to girls aged from 12 to
16.

It is well written and covers some very topical subjects that most teenage girls will relate to - from parent's separation, boyfriend trouble to arguing with Mum and
fashion.

This is a down to earth read, realistic problems and well rounded characters who have their faults yet are believable and likeable.

An enjoyable read that I would recommend. -- Anne Cater Has a good mixture of emotion and humour. * Woman's Way (EIRE) *