After School Club: Starring Alex As the Girl with the Voice of an Angel (Who Can Can Be a Little Devil Too)

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Oxford University Press, 2003 - Children's stories - 128 pages
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Alex has two sides to her personality - at home and in class she's so quiet you wouldn't know she was there. It's only when she gets to the After School Club that her mean streak starts to show itself. And when her mum, an assistant at the club, has to amend some contact details, Alex doesn't think they'll be any harm in switching round a few of the emergency phone numbers . . . * A major new series which is being launched in with two titles in June 2003. This is the third in the series, with one more following in November * The Government's aim is that by 2003 out of school places for 865,000 children will have have been created, with the number of After School Clubs set to be around 20,000 * Helena Pielichaty is a popular and hardworking author with an enthusiastic following and growing number of fans. She has also written three Simone titles for this age range which have currently sold over 40,000 copies in the UK alone. * Simone's Letters was nominated for the Carnegie Medal and Simone's Diary was chosen as a World Book Day recommended read.
 

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Section 1
1
Section 2
8
Section 3
16
Section 4
31
Section 5
39
Section 6
47
Section 7
52
Section 8
56
Section 13
84
Section 14
90
Section 15
95
Section 16
102
Section 17
105
Section 18
109
Section 19
113
Section 20
120

Section 9
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Section 10
66
Section 11
70
Section 12
77
Section 21
125
Section 22
128
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Helena Pielichaty is a popular and hardworking author with an enthusiastic following and growing number of fans. She has also written three Simone titles for this age range which have currently sold over 40,000 copies in the UK alone. Simone's Letters was nominated for the Carnegie Medal and Simone's Diary was chosen as a World Book Day recommended read.

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