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Sarah Webb worked in bookselling for many years and now writes full-time. Her bestselling novels for adults include Always the Bridesmaid and Something to Talk About. Amy Green Teen Agony Queen is her first series for pre-teens. She lives in Dublin with her partner and young family.
A funny, lively and thought-provoking book * The Scotsman on Amy Green Teen Agony Queen: Boy Trouble * Fabulously funny, this is a brilliant read * Mizz * Good mixture of emotion and humour * South Wales Echo * Captured the feelings and concerns of teenagers and pre-teen girls perfectly * Edinburgh Evening News * Although I am well past my teenage years, I enjoyed this story of Amy Green and her quirky aunt Clover and I think it would especially appeal to girls aged from 12 to 16. It is well written and covers some very topical subjects that most teenage girls will relate to - from parent's separation, boyfriend trouble to arguing with Mum and fashion. This is a down to earth read, realistic problems and well rounded characters who have their faults yet are believable and likeable. An enjoyable read that I would recommend. -- Anne Cater Has a good mixture of emotion and humour. * Woman's Way (EIRE) *