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Diary of a Chav: Slinging the Bling

by Grace Dent (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 11 - 15 years

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“Oh my days! I’ve only gone and passed all my GCSEs. Dad and Cava Sue are chuffed to bits! Murphy reckons I cheated. Mum is pulling her best dog’s bum face. She’s not happy, I can tell… So, Mayflower Sixth Form here I come!”

Shiraz Bailey Woods is entering a new phase. She’s ditching the gold hoops and the spray tan for an A4 folder and a pencil case. Shizza is going to be a model A-level student. Clever, sophisticated, and definitely not skiving off! Soon Shizza is hanging out with other boffin types, including the gorgeous, posh Joshua, with his sharp cheekbones and whopping allowance. But would Shiraz really dump her devoted Wesley Barrington Bains II for a boy who dreams of being Prime Minister? Or will she come to her senses and remember to keep it real?

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Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.9; Upper years; 7.0 points

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  • 224 pages


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