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Just Don’t Make a Scene, Mum!

Juvenile & Young Adult


by
Rosie Rushton

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 176 pages

File size: 264 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Parents ? Aaaaargh!

Jemma’s are out of date. They still think she should wear the hand-knitted jumper with little bears on it to school ? and they call her petal in public!

Laura’s are divorced. Gone is the lovely big house. Now it is a grotty little one. And her mum was seen kissing Melvyn outside Tesco . . .

Sumitha’s want her to keep their cultural traditions ? which don’t include boys, make-up or a trendy hair cut . . .

Jon’s keep bragging about his academic brilliance ? but in reality it’s not stellar, nor is it where his heart is . . .

Chelsea’s mum is a writer of ghastly features for the local paper, an agony aunt and a wearer of mini-skirts . . .

The five teenagers’ paths (and those of their mortifyingly embarrassing parents) cross and part throughout this hilarious book set in Leehampton.

Parents ? Aaaaargh!

Jemma’s are out of date. They still think she should wear the hand-knitted jumper with little bears on it to school ? and they call her petal in public!

Laura’s are divorced. Gone is the lovely big house. Now it is a grotty little one. And her mum was seen kissing Melvyn outside Tesco . . .

Sumitha’s want her to keep their cultural traditions ? which don’t include boys, make-up or a trendy hair cut . . .

Jon’s keep bragging about his… (more)

Parents ? Aaaaargh!

Jemma’s are out of date. They still think she should wear the hand-knitted jumper with little bears on it to school ? and they call her petal in public!

Laura’s are divorced. Gone is the lovely big house. Now it is a grotty little one. And her mum was seen kissing Melvyn outside Tesco . . .

Sumitha’s want her to keep their cultural traditions ? which don’t include boys, make-up or a trendy hair cut . . .

Jon’s keep bragging about his academic brilliance ? but in reality it’s not stellar, nor is it where his heart is . . .

Chelsea’s mum is a writer of ghastly features for the local paper, an agony aunt and a wearer of mini-skirts . . .

The five teenagers’ paths (and those of their mortifyingly embarrassing parents) cross and part throughout this hilarious book set in Leehampton.

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