The Raspberry Rules

Rowan Love is thirteen and full of good intentions – so why does life keep going so wrong? Her teachers think she’s dippy and disorganized, her best friend has ditched her for new mates, and nobody appreciates her unique fashion sense. Maybe keeping a diary will help? Wander through Rowan’s funny and fabulous journal, filled with doodles, daydreams and sparkly ideas – and find out all about hero worship, fairy lights, guardian angels, and making hair accessories out of sweet wrappers! A deliciously charming new novel from the much-loved author of Ally’s World.

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    so what can i say about this book…. i can’t stop reading it! i sneak it in to English, maths all the boring subjects my Favorite rule is rule number 6:i will NOT discuss knickers( whether squirrelly or not) in front of the male species again.

    29 January 2012

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    My favourite book at the minute! I love Rowan and her silly, sparkly world. It was a fun book with a surprising ending!

    22 August 2011

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    When I started to read this I couldn’t put it down.If you can’t find a book to read then read this it’s fantastic!

    18 May 2011

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    I loved this book. It makes you read on and you cant resist!I even read it in bed!

    10 April 2011

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    Karen McCombie

    Karen McCombie is the brilliant, best-selling author of the Ally’s World and Stella Etc. series, plus a number of titles for teenagers.

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