The Secrets Club: The Truth About Tash

Psst! It’s time for Tash to share her secrets in this second gripping instalment of The Secrets Club! Tash, Alice, Danni and Lissa are in their first year at Riverside Academy, and this highly collectable new series from bestselling author Chris Higgins follows each of the girls as they make new friends, face their fears and share their secrets. In the first book, Alice in the Spotlight, we discovered Alice’s secret. Now it’s Tash’s turn. Tash wants to tell her friends the truth about what’s happening in her life. It would explain why she’s struggling to be in the right place at the right time. But she’s promised someone very important that she won’t…

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  • loved it

    This is one of THE BEST books I have ever read and I would recommend it to anyone who is about to start high school so that they could relate to the characters in the book.I also think that if you would like to read this,that you read the first book in the series, Alice in the spotlight,so that this book wouldn’t spoil anything and you could make sense of some things. Your book loving friend,

    SilverFox

    13 November 2014

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    its a really good book!

    3 May 2014

  • I read the first book of this series about Alice and I loved it straight away because it exactly summed up what it’s like to be starting at an all girls secondary school. Next I picked up this one and I loved it as well because it turned out that Tash has a big secret. I would recommend that you read the first book first as this one will make more sense.

    4 March 2014

  • loved it

    I really want to read this book

    19 June 2013

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    Chris Higgins

    Chris Higgins is author of lots of fantastic books for children and teenagers, including the laugh-out-loud My Funny Family series.

    Awards

    Chris Higgins won the 2009 YoungMinds Book Award for A Perfect 10, the Lincolnshire Young People’s Book Award for It’s a 50-50 Thing and the Kernow Youth Book Award for He’s After Me.

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