Ask Amy Green: Summer Secrets

By Sarah Webb

Everyone's favourite agony aunt is back solving problems for teen girls everywhere.

Teen problem-solving supremos Amy and Clover are trapped in family holiday hell – a week in rainy Ireland with a neurotic aunt, nagging mum, crazy step-dad and irritating cousin. The summer seems set for disaster until Clover gets the chance to interview an American movie star for The Goss magazine. And there’s no way she's leaving Amy behind! Look out, US of A-mazing – here they come!

Categories: Fiction

For readers aged: 9+

  • Publication details:
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781406316940
  • Published: 01 Feb 2010
  • Price: £5.99
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  • Size: 198 x 129 mm
  • Pages: 240

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Customer reviews

The Robert Napier School Book Thieves, supported by Medway Libraries wrote:

I thought this book was great and very exciting to read. From the first chapter I didn’t know what was happening. I didn’t know what they would do. I could feel they were deeply in love but wouldn’t be able to see each other.

The Robert Napier School Book Thieves, supported by Medway Libraries wrote:

I’ve read ‘Amy Green Agony Queen Summer Secrets’ and I thought it was brilliant. I loved all of the detail in the sentences and the way that they spoke. Amy was really funny and thought Seth was cute right from the beginning.

The Robert Napier School Book Thieves, supported by Medway Libraries wrote:

After reading ‘Amy Green Agony Queen Summer Secrets’, I thought that the situations and the characters were things I could really relate to. The language that’s used when the characters speak is similar to the way we speak so it felt like the author knew what she was writing about.

The Robert Napier School Book Thieves, supported by Medway Libraries wrote:

I really like the way that Amy thought - she was confident and not afraid to say what she wanted. I thought she was a good role model in that sense.

The Robert Napier School Book Thieves, supported by Medway Libraries wrote:

I couldn’t put the book down. It would be the perfect book to take on holiday - especially if you had an annoying family!

Reviews

'A funny, lively and thought-provoking book' The Scotsman on Amy Green Teen Agony Queen: Boy Trouble

'Fabulously funny, this is a brilliant read' Mizz

'Good mixture of emotion and humour' South Wales Echo

'Captured the feelings and concerns of teenagers and pre-teen girls perfectly' Edinburgh Evening News

'Although I am well past my teenage years, I enjoyed this story of Amy Green and her quirky aunt Clover and I think it would especially appeal to girls aged from 12 to 16. It is well written and covers some very topical subjects that most teenage girls will relate to - from parent's separation, boyfriend trouble to arguing with Mum and fashion. This is a down to earth read, realistic problems and well rounded characters who have their faults yet are believable and likeable. An enjoyable read that I would recommend.'

'Has a good mixture of emotion and humour.' Woman’s Way (EIRE)

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