A hilarious new guide from bestselling author Louise Rennison, especially for World Book Day. Georgia gives her top tips on how to look cool and how NOT to behave if you want to hang on to your Sex God.
Because I am such a generous, caring person, and because I love you all so much, I decided to write this little book offering you my wisdomosity vis a vis how to hang on to your one and only Sex God - or your many, if you suffer from red-bottomosity.
As you know, I have spent a lot of time on the rack or love, so I haven't quite worked out how to remain the girlfriend of a Sex God, as such. But I've certainly learned from experience what NOT to do. You need to keep your cool at all times, avoid looking like a prat whenever possible, and not spend your life in foolsville. Here are a few of my handy hints of situations to avoid at all costs. Then you'll be free to let the snog fest begin!
Praise for `...startled by his furry shorts!':
`Totally hilarious' Shout
`It's an excellent book and I'm dying to know what happens next.' Sugar
"Laugh out loud funny." Waterstones Books Quarterly
Praise for `...then he ate my boy entrancers.':
`You'll be falling about laughing at this.' Mizz
`Brilliantly funny!' Shout
`The only snag about taking this on holiday is that it won't last long: it will be consumed without a break except for the snorting noises. But it can always be passed on to parents by any youngster who can stand the sound of Vati's and Mutti's snorts, or dipped into repeatedly because every line is vair vair funny.' Sunday Times
Praise for `...and that's when it fell off in my hand.':
`Readers will find themselves laughing uncontrollably until their sides hurt, and won't be able to put the book down.' Sunday Times
`Hilarious... [Louise Rennison] is queen of the pink-book pack.' The Times
Praise for `Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging':
`Bridget Jones for teenagers - but funnier. Expect Potter-esque queues for the sequel.' Sunday Telegraph
`Don't miss this gem' Guardian
Louise Rennison was a journalist, comedian and beloved author. In 1999, she introduced Georgia Nicolson to the world with ANGUS THONGS & FULL-FRONTAL SNOGGING - the first in a 10-book series. The book won the Nestle Smarties Book Prize Bronze Award and was adapted for film in 2008. In the same year, Louise was crowned Queen of Teen for the series, and in 2010, was awarded the Roald Dahl Funny Prize for WITHERING TIGHTS - the first in a spin-off following the hysterical misadventures of Georgia's cousin, Tallulah.
Sadly, Louise passed away in 2016 at 64-years-young. She left behind a legion of adoring readers who hold Georgia and the Ace Gang close to their hearts. Her books have been translated into 37 languages and have sold more than 2.6 million copies in the UK. Louise lives on through her cherished character Georgia - who was based on her own teen experiences. In Louise's and Georgia's own words: "He who laughs last, laughs the laughiest."