Ruby Rogers: No. 2 : Yeah, Whatever
Ruby is determined to get her moody older brother Joe to fall for wonderful Holly. Despite her best efforts to engineer a number of promising situations for them, a series of unexpected setbacks and disasters thwart her efforts - some due to Joe's personality, some due to Holly's, some due to the sheer cussedness of the universe. At least Ruby can be assured of her best friend Yasmin's loyalty and devotion, especially now they've formed their own secret society. Or can she? Relationships! Why bother? With the knowledge that only a couple of full-blooded blazing rows with her best friend and brother can be in store, Ruby is tempted to retire to her tree house and live with her monkeys for the rest of her life.
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- Paperback | 112 pages
- 126 x 192 x 10mm | 81.65g
- 02 Oct 2006
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- London, United Kingdom
- w. ill. by Bernice Lum.
About Sue Limb
Sue's writing career started in London around 1980, with various assignments for magazines and newspapers, and her first radio work, Big and Little, which won a Sony Award for Best Children's Programme. Other radio projects have included the series Up the Garden Path, The Wordsmiths at Gorsemere, and The Sit-Crom. Various radio shows have invited Sue aboard as a guest, including: Stop the Week, A Word in Edgeways, Quote Unquote, A Good Read, Loose Ends and Woman's Hour. Up the Garden Path was adapted by Sue for television and three series were produced by Humphrey Barclay and Granada Television. It started off Sue's first novel, followed soon after by a sequel, Love's Labours. Sue's children's books include Big and Little, China Lee, Me Jane, Big Trouble and Mr Loopy and Mrs Snoopy. Come Back Grandma is published by Random House and was shortlisted for the Smarties Prize. Sue lives on a remote organic farm near Nailsworth in Gloucestershire.