Ten Things We Shouldn't Have Done (Paperback)Sarah Mlynowski (author)
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I was about to live a sixteen-year-old's dream.
House on the beach.
Parties whenever we wanted.
Boys wherever we wanted.
April and her best friend, Vi, are living by themselves. Of course, April's parents don't know that. They think she's living with Vi and Vi's mum. But it's not April's fault that her dad decided to move away in the middle of high school. So who could blame her for a little white lie? Or the other nine things that April (probably) shouldn't have done that year...
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 280 g
Dimensions: 199 x 131 x 26 mm
Mlynowski avoids sermonising, offering 10 madcap and remarkably tense escapades that will have readers laughing, cringing, and guessing how April will get out of the next pickle. Like all good things, April's freedom party must come to an end, but the way is does will surprise * Publishers Weekly *
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