Description - The Worst Friend Ever by J A Buckle
Josh Walker, guitar guru and ferret lover, has two New Year's resolutions - 1) to talk to the girl with the turquoise hair he couldn't stop looking at (perving over) in the library and 2) for his death metal band, Goat Fiend, to finally hit the big time. Trouble is, he has no idea who the girl in the library is and Goat Fiend are rubbish. Not only this, but Josh's nan keeps escaping from her nursing home, teachers at college keep telling him he's going to fail his exams and all his mates seem to have non-stop girl/boyfriend problems. Amazingly, Josh manages to get together with the turquoise-hair girl (Holly) but there's something not quite right in her household. It turns out Holly has an eating disorder and although Josh desperately wants to help her, he isn't sure how... From J.A. Buckle, author of the best-selling Half my Facebook friends are Ferrets which was shortlisted for three UK literary awards and winner of the Lincolnshire Young People's Book Award 2015
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(198mm x 129mm x 13mm)
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Author Biography - J A Buckle
Jackie works as a webmaster for a drugs charity in London. In her spare time she helps out at animal charities, plays guitar, and takes her dog (a very furry Finnish Lapphund) for long walks in the country. She also works as a befriender for a UK eating disorders association. Jackie lives near London with her two daughters. They give her LOTS and LOTS of material for her writing so much of what's in her books is based on the real-life ups and downs of being a teenager. Half my Facebook friends are ferrets won the 2015 Lincolnshire Young People's book award, was shortlisted for the Concorde book award and was chosen for the UK Summer Reading Challenge.
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