Alice Again

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Penguin Random House Australia, Apr 26, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
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The second book in the Alice and Megan series

A holiday trip to visit your best friend in another city should be heaps of fun, right? Some movies, a bit of shopping and just hanging out? No if your best friend's Alice, and especially not if she's just found out her mum has a new boyfriend.

Once again, you're drawn into Alice's crazy plans. You're stalking a man called Norman and hiding behind pot plants and lamp posts. It's so un-fun, it's enough to make you really mad - mad enough to think about finding a new best friend . . .

Megan can't wait to see Alice again - or can she? Join these BFFs on a crazy holiday adventure that will put their friendship to the test.

Look out for more books in the Alice and Megan series:
Alice Next Door
Don't Ask Alice
Alice in the Middle

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About the author (2012)

Judi Curtinwas born in London, but moved to Ireland as a child. After school, she studied English and German, and then trained as a primary school teacher in Dublin. Shetaught for many years and loved it, but never forgote her childhood dream of becoming a writer. Her first novel for children was published in 2005, and her books have been sold around the world and translated into many languages.