- Author:Rosie Rushton
- Publisher:Hyperion Books for Children; Reprint edition (June 6, 2006)
- Pages:240 pages
- Subcategory:Literature & Fiction
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- ePUB format1707 kb
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Friends, Enemies book.
Friends, Enemies book.
Previously published under the title "Friends, enemies, and other tiny problems" in Great Britain, 2003. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. When fourteen-year-old Tory and her circle reluctantly befriend Hannah, they uncover deceit and hidden family crises. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on April 30, 2012.
Rosie Rushton is a British writer. Rosie Rushton began her career as a feature writer for a local paper. Staying Cool, Surviving School was her first book, published by Piccadilly Press in 1993. Staying Cool, Surviving School was her first book, published by Piccadilly Press in 1993
June 2006 : USA Paperback.
Tory and her friends Pippa, Ella and Christy have been friends forever -but things are about to change. A columnist for the London Times who writes a weekly column for teens takes a funny look at what happens when a new friend is not quite what she seems, and puts a refreshing spin on the 'mean girls' theme (Booklist).
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Rosie Rushton (Author). Everything was really good with Ella and her friends friendship, you had Christie the dreamy one who is really good at music and dancing, Ella the bosy (but in a good way) and really into horoscopes, Pippa the clever one andthe main character. Then Hannah came along and her mum worked with the mum of the main character and she made unwilling be friends, but Hannah was up to no good and only wanted two things to break up there up there friendship and to break up her realationship with her boyfriend and would do anything to successed.
Rosie Rushton lives in Northampton. Her many books for Piccadilly Press include Friends, Enemies and Other Tiny Problems; Secrets of Love and several series including The Leehampton Quartet and What a Week. Piccadilly Press London. She is a governor of the local Church of England secondary school, a licensed lay minister and passionate about all issues relating to young people. First published in Great Britain in 2008.
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Rosie Rushton began her career as a feature writer for a local paper. Staying Cool, Surviving School was her first book, published by Piccadilly Press in 1993 Bibliography. The Leehampton series. Last Seen Wearing Trainers (2002). Friends, Enemies and Other Tiny Problems (2003). Waving Not Drowning (2003).