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Product description

Everybody loves a party, right? Errr – no. Rosie’s friends used to love one. But now they all want to go bowling or to the cinema. They say they’re too grown up for ‘kids stuff’. The thing is, Rosie still loves everything about parties: balloons, presents, games, birthday cake and goody bags! Who can she share her enthusiasm with? Maybe if she starts a Party Club, she can remind everyone of all the fun they’re missing. But it’s harder than she thought. These days, even her parents don’t seem to like birthday parties much…

  • A funny and touching story from the author of Bill’s New Frock
  • Explores familiar themes of growing up and being the odd one out
  • Anne Fine has won the Carnegie Medal and Whitbread Award
  • Her books include Diary of a Killer Cat and Flour Babies

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781406365504

Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Date published

February 4th, 2016

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Other details
  • 80 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Anne Fine

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