Alice in the Middle

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Penguin Random House Australia, Jul 25, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 252 pages
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The fourth book in the Alice and Megan series.

Summer camp with your BFF should be the best time of your life, right? Weeks of fun activities, freedom from your mum's organic porridge and lots of hanging out.

But what happens when a bully who has it in for you steals your best friend? Before you know it, she's prancing around in a tennis dress, going on double dates and spilling your deepest secrets. Could summer holidays get any worse?

Can Alice and Megan's friendship survive a trip to summer camp? Join these BFFs as they face their biggest challenge yet . . .

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

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Judi Curtin was 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. She taught 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.

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