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Feisty, bubbly, sassy Kate's in trouble again. She is going to 'stay out of trouble over the summer holidays, once and for all' by going on a trip with batty Auntie Marg - a photographer. That's how Kate's ended up in Peru.
Every summer the Garrison Family Apple Orchard opens its ice cream stand and allows local kids to run the show. A disaster at the grand opening results in a mysteriously empty cash register, the four kids must become friends and solve the mystery.
Dumped at Evergreen Summer Camp while her mum's off on a swanky honeymoon, Stella just knows she's going to hate it. Being mistaken for a boy and having to share a room with snobby Louise and nasty Karen is just the start!
Nell Dare expected to spend her summer vacation hanging out with her friends until her botanist mom dragged her all the way to Roanoke Island for a research trip. This is summer Nell discovers secrets not only about Roanoke, but about herself.
Brooke Rhodes is excited to go to sleepaway riding camp for two weeks with her Chincoteague pony, Foxy. However, camp doesn't turn out to be as fun as she expected. Then, Brooke overhears that this might be the last summer for the camp.
Ivy and Paul hatch a secret plan to find Ivy's missing mom and say goodbye to the space shuttle in this evocative, heartfelt novel reminiscent of Each Little Bird that Sings and Because of Winn-Dixie.
Lily's already got plenty going on living with her eclectic family. But when she starts getting mixed-up warnings not to go on holiday to the tiny, safe Scottish island of Cumbrae, her summer just gets weirder and weirder.
This summer, Nina decides to change things. She hatches a plan to do one small but remarkably good thing for someone in her neighbourhood, and finds out: does doing good make a difference?
Joyce is desperate to get out of the room she shares with her sister. All she wants is some peace and quiet. So, she moves to the roof. Up there it's nothing but blue sky. Joyce discovers she's not the only one who's been driven to rooftop living.
After successfully completing her first restaurant review for the New York Standard newspaper, Gladys Gatsby is looking forward to a quiet summer of cooking and eating. But her plans go awry when her friend delivers a free summer at Camp Bentley.
Henry Hoobler is a reluctant adventurer worried about his summer holiday. When Henry meets Cassie, he discovers that courage is there to be found when you have a friend who is straight up and true.
Full of moments both humorous and reflective, The Forget-Me-Not Summer is a story about three girls facing their fears, adjusting to change, and learning how to band together as the strongest version of themselves: sisters.
When twelve-year-old Nell and her best friend, Lydia, are forbidden to see each other, they hatch a plan to spend their summer days in an abandoned miniature golf course, where they soon find others in search of a home.
Molly, Maria, Pippa and Sally are back and on a summer holiday, staying at the Fitzfoster's country house. But even when they are not spending their time at the glamorous School for Stars, mystery and adventure still follow them wherever they go!
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