My Life Starring Mum

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, May 16, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 278 pages
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Hollywood Bliss Winterman leads a fairly uneventful life at the Convent of the Sisters of the Resurrection boarding school. But everything changes when her mega-famous, rock star mother Khandi yanks Holly out of boarding school, plunks her into a private, secure suite at a posh hotel in London, and promptly forgets that her daughter is even there. With only a mobile phone and pet rabbit to keep her company, Holly's diary of her life (starring her mum) will resonate with any teenage girl who's ever been embarrassed by her mother.

  

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User Review  - Sam - Goodreads

A story about a girl caught up in her mom's life who is a very famous celebrity. She finds that her mom never has time for her, and is always left out. Read full review

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User Review  - Frezanda - Goodreads

Regardless of her name, Hollywood Bliss is a humble character. Pretty down to earth and well adjusted. Considering how her mom treated her, if I were Holly, I would throw a temper tantrum. It doesn't ... Read full review

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ChloŽ Rayban is the author of a dozen contemporary novels for teens, including the Carnegie Medal-winning Love in Cyberia. After receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, ChloŽ worked in advertising and product development. She divides her time between London and a home in the French countryside.

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