Visitors, Vanishings and Va Va Va Voom

Visitors Vanishings and Va Va Va Voom Ally and her mates are most chuffed when a bunch of French boys turn up at school on a French exchange Only Jen seems a bit distracted but Ally doesn t have time to get to the bottom of it before it

  • Title: Visitors, Vanishings and Va Va Va Voom
  • Author: Karen McCombie Spike Gerrell
  • ISBN: 9780439943093
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ally and her mates are most chuffed when a bunch of French boys turn up at school on a French exchange Only Jen seems a bit distracted, but Ally doesn t have time to get to the bottom of it before it s too late Jen s pulled a vanishing act

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    About "Karen McCombie Spike Gerrell"

    1. Karen McCombie Spike Gerrell

      Karen McCombie is a bestselling author of children and young adult novels, and has had than 80 books published Originally from Scotland, she lives in London with her husband Tom, their 15 year old daughter Milly and a beautiful but bitey cat called Dizzy She is the author of the much loved series Ally s World , and her most recent books include St Grizzle s School For Girls, Goats and Random Boys 2017 for younger readers and novels Catching Falling Stars 2015 , The Whispers of Wilderwood Hall 2016 and The Pearl in the Attic 2017 for older readers She has several books publishing throughout 2018.

    663 thoughts on “Visitors, Vanishings and Va Va Va Voom”

    1. *SERIES REVIEW*I have finally finished the series. All fourteen books, in a space of ten days. I read the first four books in the series when I was ten or eleven, and I adored them. This January, I really felt like revisiting them, as well as continuing with the rest of the books in the series that were still in the garage. I was scared that I wouldn't like them anymore in case I felt that they were too young for mebut I think I loved them even more this time round. IT WAS JUSTSO PERFECT! *sobs* [...]


    2. **GENERAL REVIEW FOR THE ENTIRE SERIES**Aww, man.I started reading these books when I was about nine years old. I don't think I even read them in order at first, just got whichever ones I could find out of my schools library. I loved them. LOVED.Eventually I figured out the order and filled in the gaps. And then proceeded to read the entire series about five times over. Those were the times.Ally was my spirit animal in those days. She was a little awkward, wasn't quite sure where she fit into he [...]


    3. This is a fun book which has all the earthy, lovable characters of the Ally's World series. I really like Ally, she has a lot to put up with, and all her stories have fun, and mistakes, and life, and it all shows you that life goes on, and you will make your sisters mad and you will have stuff to get done, but in the end you should always be yourself, and let others be themselves too.A feel good comedy drama about a girl and her family, two elder sisters and a younger brother, eccentric people w [...]


    4. The "Ally's World" books weren't my favourite teen series and I was probably a bit too old for them when I started reading them, but I did enjoy them. Incredibly cute and very funny - but I honestly can't remember anything about this book!


    5. McCombie really emphasised the tentative nature of Sandie and Billy's relationship when Billy got jealous about Sandie. Also, Jen seemed pretty sad Although it was so long ago I've totally forgotten anything else



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