Nine o'clock. That's when Ellie has to be home. Her dad thinks it's not safe any later. But then the most amazing, magical thing happens. Out with her best friends Magda and Nadine, she meets a boy. And it's HER he's interested in - not drop-dead gorgeous Magda or super-cool Nadine. But will Russell stay interested in a girl who has to be home by nine?
©2004 Jacqueline Wilson; (P)2001 BBC Audiobooks Ltd
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this is an entertaining listen not the best that far from the worst I quite enjoyed it.
"girls out late"
It only goes on for about 15 minutes (the first chapter) and the first chapter of a book is always the most boring so we don't know how the story I'd going g to turn out because the first bit of the book is boring and that's a the audio plays you're most probably going to think the book is boring even if it might have some spectacular feurtues which you don't know about
By Angel Apraku
Girls out late
It's cool but could u maybe do some for teens or I personally like Tracy beaker so maybe u could include her in a book
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