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The Diaries of Bluebell Gadsby Trio Pack

by Natasha Farrant (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 11 - 18 years

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Blooming lovely like Cathy Cassidy. Bluebell and her sisters are named for flowers, but life doesn’t always smell of roses… Bluebell loves writing and making films. That’s how her diary starts. It’s a mix of her journal and written transcripts of home videos she’s shot. So you read about her life, and kind of see and hear it all. But what does Bluebell see? A chaotic family who love each other dearly. Still coming to terms with a tragic loss. There are Bluebell’s siblings: Flora, Jasmine and Twig. And shadows of the other sister, Iris – Bluebell’s twin, who died three years ago. Happy times. Sad times. Orphaned kittens. Piles of washing up. Laughter. First love.

  • Wonderfully unique take on teenage diary fiction
  • Touching yet comical look at family life and loss
  • Natasha Farrant has been longlisted for the Carnegie Medal
  • Perfect for fans of Cathy Cassidy and Hilary McKay

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UK edition

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