ISBN 9780349001821,Emily Sparkes and the Friendship Fiasco

Emily Sparkes and the Friendship Fiasco


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ISBN 9780349001821

Brown Book Group

Publication Year 2015

ISBN 9780349001821

ISBN-10 0349001820

Paper Back

Number of Pages 352 Pages
Language (English)

Literature fiction

Join Emily Sparkes for laugh-out-loud observations about life, parents and how to handle the grossest boys in the universe! Perfect for fans of Cathy Cassidy and Dork Diaries.
Emily Sparkes thinks having your best friend move to Wales at the same time as your parents decide to have a new baby is probably more trauma than anyone should have to cope with. But things go from bad to worse when shes paired with revolting Gross-Out Gavin for the school trip! Emily is determined to escape him, and when glamorous new girl Chloe Clarke turns up it seems her prayers might be answered. Unfortunately, everyone has gone Chloe Clarke mad and Emily finds her sworn enemy Zuzanna has had the same idea. Getting and keeping Chloe as a friend proves a lot more troublesome than Emily anticipated and leads her into a whole new set of disasters . . .
About the Author: Ruth Fitzgerald
Ruth Fitzgerald was born in Bridgend, South Wales. She grew up in a happy, chaotic family with far too many brothers. When she was six years old she wrote her first story, Mitzi the Mole Gets Married and immediately announced she wanted to be a writer. Her teacher immediately advised her that writing was a hobby and she needed to get a proper job. Since then she has tried twenty-three proper jobs, including teaching English in Japan, being a social worker and selling candles on a market stall. But really the only thing she likes doing is writing. She has learned a lot from these experiences, mainly never to trust a teacher. Ruth lives in Suffolk with her family and five chickens. They are all very supportive of her writing, although the chickens dont say a lot. Ruths children agreed to give her peace and quiet to write as long as she bought them a hamster on publication, at the time this seemed like a good idea but she is now regretting such a rash promise. Ruth is currently studying for an MA in Creative Writing at Manchester Metropolitan University

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