More comedy, calamity and cool characters from acclaimed-writer Jean Ure.
Joanna, Chloe and Dee are the best of friends. They may be seen as outsiders at school, but they're an inseparable trio. Joanna who narrates the story, lives with her mum. But Mum's not your normal, average parent - she's a medium. Cool, you might think, but Jo's inherited her mother's psychic ability, which is not really compatible with school life! When one of their classmates goes missing, Chloe and Dee persuade Jo to use her gift to find her - but having a gift is one thing, dealing with the consequences is another...
`A funny and realistic read - we loved it.' Mizz
`Pumpkin Pie has the heroine I've been waiting for.' Times
Grown-ups love Bridget Jones' diary, but youngsters will adore Violet Alexander's.
...the story is timeless, the descriptions of the girls and their relationship spot on and it does a great job of selling the empowering nature of language and story.
Books for Keeps
Excellent for any nine-up and will almost certainly lead to an addiction to Ure.
`The writing transcends any trace of heaviness.'
Fruit and Nutcase
`Jean Ure never puts a foot wrong.'
The Secret Life of Sally Tomato
`Rhymes, sauciness, letters, irony, comedy, comic characters... a proper little turn-on for boys. A must-buy book.'
Books for Keeps
Jean Ure was born in Surrey and wrote her first novel when she was six years old. She spent her teenage years writing and had her first book published when she was sixteen.
Jean lives in a three-hundred-year-old house in the centre of Croydon with her husband and their family of rescued dogs and cats.