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  • Published: 2 August 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409097075
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 304

Secrets at St Jude's: Rebel Girl

The fourth glamourous, hilarious, heartwarming novel of modern boarding school life from best-selling chick-lit author, Carmen Reid. It's Mallory Towers for 2010!

At St Jude’s School for Girls, four friends are facing very different problems . . .

Can Gina still be happy with her boyfriend when there’s such an exciting new guy on the scene?

How will Amy survive when her rich dad’s money disappears?

What can tomboy Niffy do to make herself gorgeous?

And why is Min spending so much time in the study and missing all the fun?

Sounds like all the St Jude’s friends need to get in touch with their inner Rebel Girl!

  • Pub date: 2 August 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409097075
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 304

About the Author

Carmen Reid

Carmen Reid is a writer, journalist and mother. She is the bestselling author of How Was It For You?, Did The Earth Move?, Three In A Bed, Up All Night and The Personal Shopper for adult readers. She has also written the Secrets at St Jude's series for younger readers, which draws on her own experiences in a Scottish boarding school. After working in London as a news reporter for a decade, Carmen now lives in Glasgow with her husband and two children. You can visit her website at www.carmenreid.com to find out more.

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Praise for Secrets at St Jude's: Rebel Girl

“Another great book in a very sweet and compelling series, ideal for younger teens and anyone who loves a good school story.”

Luisa Plaja, Chicklish blog

“I can see myself as Niffy, growing and changing and not sure what to do next and how to be true to myself. It is really funny as well.”

Morgan, aged 10, Witch Hiker's Guide

“I thought Rebel Girl was a really great read. It was funny and realistic as it told the stories of four girls confronting teenage drama that we face in real life and I found it easy to relate to. Although I was sad about Gina, I thought the ending was good as it showed how good friends can always cheer you up and are always there for you.”

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