by Katie Clapham
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Pub Date 2 Jun 2022 | Archive Date 7 Jun 2022
“We just want to show that friendships forged here are the real deal. Genuine. Built to last. That sort of thing. For the brochure. Do you mind?” Their school may be making them pose together for photos -but Minnie, Lena and Alice are not friends. And they have other things to worry about.
Minnie -The Athlete: her whole life has been sport –but what if that's not all she wants her life to be? How do you even start to change your future all by yourself?
Lena -The Princess: she has always resented being in Minnie’s shadow –so when a freak accident changes all of her arch-rival's plans, Lena has a chance to become Queen Bee at last. But is ruling the school all she dreamed it would be?
And then there's Alice -The Really Tall One. Alice has friends already, she's even got her eye on a potential crush -but she's also got a secret. And that secret is about to bound into all three girls' lives and change them forever.
A deliciously funny, heart-warming novel about unlikely friendships and first loves, THREE GIRLS is exactly the joyous burst of energy we all need right now! Perfect for young teen readers of Tamsin Winter, Holly Smale and Louise Rennison
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Average rating from 8 members
This was a quick, easy and cute read about friendship that I finished in one very short sitting. well written with a good storyline and well developed charcaters that were very likeable made this an enjoyable read.
This was a really enjoyable book. The story starts with three girls that only know of each other. As the story progresses their friendship grows. A plus point for this book is that it is a story about teenagers that doesn’t just revolve around romance. Their is a romance element but it’s not the main focus.
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