Mega Sleepover 2

Mega Sleepover 2

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Join the Sleepover Club: Frankie, Kenny, Felicity, Rosie and Lyndsey, five girls who want to have fun - but who always end up in mischief!
Fliss is desperate for a pet in The Sleepover Club at Rosie's, and volunteers to look after the school hamster for the weekend. Oh-oh... Kenny's horrible sister is out to make trouble in The Sleepover Club at Kenny's - have the Sleepover Club met their match? And in Starring the Sleepover Club, it's all fun and games with Fliss's mum's camcorder. Will the Sleepover Club discover screen stardom, or will their film be a flop?
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Product details

  • 9-12
  • Mixed media product | 280 pages
  • 128 x 196 x 20mm | 199.58g
  • HarperCollins
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Omnibus edition
  • 0007109032
  • 9780007109036
  • 884,664

Review quote

""Readers will enjoy following the diverse group's escapades and will look forward to future installments." --"Booklist" on" The Sleepover Club: Best Friends
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About Narinder Dhami

Rose Impey was born in Northwich, Cheshire. When she first left school she worked in a bank, but soon realised this was not for her, and went back to college to train to be a primary school teacher. Rose spends a lot of time visiting schools to read her work. Her books are widely published worldwide, including the United States, Australia, France, Denmark, Germany and Spain. Rose enjoys eating, talking, swimming and reading, although not necessarily in that order! Narinder Dhami was born in Wolverhampton in 1958. Having read English at Birmingham University, she spent the next nine years teaching at schools in the East End of London, before leaving the profession to write full-time. After providing the words for literally hundreds of photo-stories in teenage magazines, she had her first children's book, 'A Medal for Melina', published in 1990. Narinder Dhami lives in Cambridge with her husband, Robert, and their four cats.
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3 30% (6)
2 20% (4)
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