If living in a famous art deco hotel minutes away from Central Park sounds like your idea of a pretty sweet deal - you should talk to Scarlett Martin. Having a hotel for a home really isn't all it's cracked up to be, especially when you've got no guests, no money and no prospects for any fun thanks to your parents putting you to work all summer. Luckily for Scarlett, the Hopewell is about to be shaken to its foundations with the arrival of Mrs Amberson, a glamorous travelling socialite who's planning on putting down some roots for a while - and hiring Scarlett as her assistant. With a new job, new friends, and (maybe) a new boyfriend on the horizon, Scarlett's summer is beginning to look a lot more interesting...
About the Author
Maureen Johnson was recently crowned the 2012 Queen of Teen in the UK-but, as it turns out, she is American. She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during a massive snowstorm. After a little dalliance with astronomy (she had a glow in the dark star chart) and archaeology (she had a little shovel), Maureen declared her intention to become a writer at the age of eight or nine or so. She is a New York Times bestselling author of ten YA novels (including Suite Scarlett, Scarlett Fever, 13 Little Blue Envelopes, The Name Of The Star, And The Madness Underneath). She has also written many collaborative works, such as Let it Snow (with John Green and Lauren Myracle), and The Band Chronicles (with Cassandra Clare and Sarah Rees Brennan). She writes frequently on the subject of Young Adult literature for many publications, and is well-known for her online presence on Twitter .
Maureen Johnson paints a vivid portrait of New York City and its bohemian artistic circles in this delightful story of family, friendship and romance ... An engaging romantic comedy that is certain to charm teen readers. Booktrust
Series: Suite Scarlett
Audience: Teenager / Young Adult
For Ages: 11+ years old
Number Of Pages: 368
Published: 7th November 2013
Publisher: Hot Key Books
Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 12.9 x 2.7
Weight (kg): 0.29