Making peace with the past and friends for a lifetime.
Elly is sent by her father to stay with her Aunt Dina on Sunday Island for the whole summer. With no friends, Elly is bored. So when she receives a mysterious invitation for a midnight meeting, she sneaks out of the house, only to stumble into a bemused girl called Sierra, who is just as lost as Elly. A helpful little dog leads them into an overgrown maze . . . where a grinning girl called Tash meets them.
'I thought a midnight feast would be a great start to our summer on Mystery Island!'
The three girls have a lot of fun together, swimming, eating ice creams and exploring the island. By chance, the girls discover that their pasts are linked. But an old mystery involving buried treasure threatens their friendship. Will the girls be able to solve the mystery and remain friends?
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 162 g
Dimensions: 198 x 127 x 15 mm
The captivating Flip-Flop Club books combine mystery, comedy, friendship and lashings of summer sunshine in lovely stories that are ideal for girls aged nine and over . . . Richardson's imaginative stories positively buzz with action, dialogue, mystery and adventure . . . who could ask for anything more. * Lancashire Evening Post *
I would definitely recommend it to my mates! * Mollie, age 13 *
Sierra's my favourite because she's like me! * Emily, age 10 *
Three best friends making mischief - I love it! * Molly, age 9 *