The Celebrity Mother - Deborah Wright Reviews
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by - written on 15/10/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
As with most trips to the library for my children, I am to be found lurking around the just returned section, it's like being a literary curtain twitcher! I was pleased with what I found there, but the book I will review for you was one that I literally picked up and put back twice, liking the idea of the book, but the synopsis giving the impression that the little girl talking had just been bought by a celebrity intent on boosting her flagging career, now I do like a bit of celebrity but just wasn't sure whether I would enjoy it. The book in question is - "The celebrity mother by Deborah Wright". Karina has been a star since ... Read the complete review
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