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When Good Geeks Go Bad

Catherine Wilkins

Publisher: Nosy Crow

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Summary

A laugh-out-loud take on early teenage life by the author of My Best Friend and Other Enemies.
When Ella's dad refuses to let her have cool school shoes or stay up later than 9:30, Ella decides to take things into her own hands. Being good hasn't got her anywhere, so why not try being bad for a while? It certainly looks a lot more fun and what's a few detentions here and there? But going bad is a slippery slope and soon things are starting to spiral out of control. Can Ella get things back on track? Or is she going to end up with egg on her face?
A brilliantly funny new story from Catherine Wilkins, stand-up comedian and author of the much-loved 'My Best Friend and Other Enemies' series.
Available since: 01/10/2019.
Print length: 240 pages.

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