Hattie Moore is fourteen and thinks she might be in love ... with a geek!
This is the year Hattie wants to find real FULL ON love. No more McFitties, but real, long-term love. And she thinks she knows who with. His mum may still call him Goosey Woosey and he might have an unnatural interest in doing well in his GCSEs, but Goose could actually be THE ONE! But how can Hattie make him realize this, when he seems more interested in his gecko? And there's the other matter of her dad, who seems to be more interested in saving the planet than in his new-found daughter. And there's also Gran, who has a new iPad and a dangerous obsession with Twitter. What's a girl to do? Write it all down in a hilarious diary about the ups, downs and total dramas of being Hattie Moore.
About the Author
Rae Earl is an author and journalist. E4's hit comedy My Mad Fat Diary is based on her own teenage diary. She once managed to get on Westlife's private jet for an entire weekend. After nicking Brian McFadden's Mars bar, Rae knew she had peaked professionally and turned back to her first love - writing. She currently lives in Hobart, Tasmania with her husband and son. She thought she was going to go all 'River Cottage' and self sufficient. Unfortunately, carrots take work and there's a magnificent chippy just around the corner...
Funny from start to finish ... Fun follow-up which is even better than book one in the Hattie Moore series. Definitely a character and author to watch out for! The Book Bag Hattie Moore's back and we can't wait for more of her hilarious antics. With loves, life and a long-lost dad, it's set to be an incredible year. WRD magazine A very modern and thankfully British take on the tribulations of being a teen. The School Librarian
Audience: Teenager / Young Adult
For Ages: 12+ years old
For Grades: 7 - 9
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: 1st August 2014
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.9 x 2.5
Weight (kg): 0.29