Letters of a Lovestruck Teenager - Claire Robertson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099402521 / Paperback: 224 pages / Publisher: Red Fox / 2nd Revised Edition: 4 Feb 1999
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Author: Claire Robertson Publisher: Red Fox Genre: Young Adult (funny / quirky) Book: Paperback Pages: 224 Published: Feb 1999 [Story] I read this when I was a teenager, I believe it had come free with some teen magazine my sister bought and after she'd read it, I was given a chance to read it. Instantly I found something I could relate to. The main character is Gillian 'Gilly' Freeborn, an almost fourteen year old who has to deal with some typical problems and issues when growing up. Everything from a chest that's flat, a father who is a little beyond crazy and a highly strung mother who has an obsession with shag ... Read the complete review
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