Strawberry Sisters: Especially Amelia

Strawberry Sisters Especially Amelia There s never a dull moment with the Strawberry Sisters Little Lucy has a scheme to get popular but if you want to keep all your hair you d better not ask what it is Chloe s facing the fight of her

  • Title: Strawberry Sisters: Especially Amelia
  • Author: Candy Harper
  • ISBN: 9781471147098
  • Page: 443
  • Format: ebook
  • There s never a dull moment with the Strawberry Sisters Little Lucy has a scheme to get popular, but if you want to keep all your hair, you d better not ask what it is Chloe s facing the fight of her life and this time she can t win it with her fists Ella would just like everyone to stop shouting so she can do her homework Then there s Amelia The moody big sister ExcThere s never a dull moment with the Strawberry Sisters Little Lucy has a scheme to get popular, but if you want to keep all your hair, you d better not ask what it is Chloe s facing the fight of her life and this time she can t win it with her fists Ella would just like everyone to stop shouting so she can do her homework Then there s Amelia The moody big sister Except Amelia s decided to ditch the sulks and the sarcastic remarks But that s not so easy when your best friend is keeping secrets, your mum won t even let you babysit and you re terrified to do a solo in the school concert Amidst all the chaos, is Amelia ready to grow up and grab the spotlight

    One thought on “Strawberry Sisters: Especially Amelia”

    1. I want the next book in this series already! I absolutely loved returning to the Strawberry household, and it was refreshing to see life from Amelia's view, as she is quite a drama queen. There's a lot going on in her life, and she is trying to be nicer after being so horrid to her dad in book #1, Perfectly Ella.I was moved to tears as Amelia's relationship wih her stepmother (can't quite remember if they got married), progressed to the stage she confided in Suvi AND felt able to offer some advi [...]

    2. This series is just adorable. The dynamic between the sisters, the focus on friendship, early feminism and just a genuinely enjoyable, heart-warming read.Full review to come.

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