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Girls to total goddesses

Girls to total goddesses

Limb, Sue

Zoe and Chloe have a mission: to transform themselves into goddesses in seven days (or thereabouts anyway - eight if they need the extra time). But who for? Zoe has a horrible dilemma. Having hated the horrible Beast for making Chloe's life a misery, Zoe has now realised that all was not as it seemed

Paperback, Book. English. Young adult fiction.
Published London: Bloomsbury, 2009
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Statement of responsibility: Sue Limb
ISBN: 0747582742, 9780747582748
Intended audience: Adolescent.
Physical Description: 313 p. ; 20 cm.
Subject: Best friends Fiction.; Teenage girls Fiction.

Accelerated Reading

Book Level: 5.1
Interest Level: MY
Points: 9
Quiz Number: 216232

Author note

Sue is the bestselling author of the Girl, 15series for Bloomsbury, as well as the Girlsseries, both for teens. Her other children's books include Big and Little, Me Jane, Big Troubleand Mr Loopy and Mrs Snoopy. Come Back, Grandmawas shortlisted for the Smarties Prize. Sue lives on a remote organic farm near Nailsworth in Gloucestershire.

Reviews

'For those who can't get enough of (Girl, 15's) world, there is also Zoe and Chloe. The obsessions, embarrassments, disasters and joys of young teen life are captured with pitch-perfect comic timing'
The Times||'In Girl 15 Limb is on sparkling form. Amidst the slapstick Limb weaves such themes as friendship and rivalry, the importance or not of appearances and so forth. Her characters, parents included, are recognisably real people made comically larger than life. Technically the novel is a delight with its cliffhanger chapter endings, incidents of nail-biting tension and pacy humour. This is pink lit that girls (and boys with a copy in a plain wrapper) will love'
Books for Keeps||'She's invincible'
Telegraph||'With Girl, 15 we have a real star . . . the writing creates really enticing and endearing characterisation and brilliantly funny set pieces'
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