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By Jones, Janey Louise
Published Young Corgi, 2007
128 p. : 198 x129 mm. 125 gm First
Poppy discovers the dangers of gossiping

By Chevalier, Tracy, 1962-
Published London: HarperCollins, 2001
403p. ; 21 cm
This novel opens at Highgate Cemetery, London's premiere burial ground for the top bourgeoisie. The meeting of the three characters there will dominate...

By McCombie, Karen
Published Scholastic, 2011
178 p. : 197 x129 mm. 143 gm New Cover Reprint
Odd events lead Ally and her friends to think that a love spell they tried has worked

By Csoti, Marianna
Published London : Sheldon 2005
xi, 115 p. ; 22 cm
This text looks at blocks that may prevent people from forming warm, close relationships, and suggests ways in which you can really turn strangers into...

By Jordan, Neil, 1951-
Published London: John Murray, 2005
319 p. ; 20 cm
Ireland, 1950. Nina Hardy wakes in the big house where she grew up. With her childhood friend George, she is seeking peace from a turbulent world. But...

By Lloyd, Josie
Published London: Arrow, 2000
386p. ; 20 cm
Come Together broke new ground by being the first romantic comedy to be told in two voices. Now, in Come Again, the authors put friendship under the spotlight...

By Watson, Shane
Published London: Pan, 2003
405 p. ; 20 cm
'Cold Feet' meets 'The Big Chill' in this humorous novel about the way we live now. Amber, wife, society beauty and lifestyle guru, has died suddenly...

By Price, Katie
Published Bantam, 2008
112 p. : 198 x130 mm. 86 gm First
One of the ponies goes missing after a fun day at the stables

By Flora, Carlin, 1975- author
Published London: Short Books, 2013
276 pages ; 22 cm
In this revelatory book, Carlin Flora argues that friends are the new 'nurture'. Tracing the hidden ways in which friendships mould and structure our...

By Crane, Megan
Published London: Quercus, 2008
xii, 289 p. ; 20 cm
Everyone knows that girl. The one who effortlessly attracts the eyes of every guy in the room, doesn't seem to need girlfriends and never gives any thought...
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