Lilah May used to be angry. VERY angry. But not any more. She's got her temper - and her life - back under control. Or has she? Things with her best friend, Bindi, are going from bad to worse. The whereabouts of her brother Jay is still a mystery. And gorgeous Adam Carter is still out of reach. Groo! Can Lilah sort out her family, her friendship and her love life? Or is her anger about to reach all new levels? This funny and moving story is the follow up to The Taming of Lilah May.
Vanessa Curtis's first children's book Zelah Green: Queen of CleanÂ (Egmont) was shortlisted for the 2009 Waterstones Children's Book Prize. The sequel Zelah Green: One More Little Problem was released in July 2010.Â Vanessa is also a freelance book reviewerÂ and the author of three books on Virginia Woolf. She co-edits The Virginia Woolf Bulletin, the magazine of the Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain and, as a trained pianist, also teaches the piano part-time. She works as a reader for a literary consultancy.Vanessa lives near Chichester harbour, West Sussex.Vist Vanessa's website at www.vanessacurtis.com
Children’s & educational
Frances Lincoln Children's
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Children's, Teenage & educational