LBD: It's a Girl Thing

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 275 pages
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Ronnie, Fleur, and Claude-collectively known as the LBD or Les Bambinos Dangereuses-have a serious problem: their typically unreasonable parents ("Can't you put on a bigger top? All that flesh-it's just not right!") have just said no to attending Astlebury Music Festival. Are their social lives ruined forever? Not if they can help it!

In true LBD fashion, the girls come up with a brilliant solution: staging a concert of their own at Blackwell School, featuring the finest talent (and hottest lads) that Blackwell has to offer. Of course, staging a music festival is no easy feat, especially when the LBD's sworn enemy, Panama Goodyear, is the headlining act. But with the LBD in charge, it's a safe bet it'll all work out, complete with a round of post-festival snoggage.

Join Ronnie, Fleur, and Claude as they conquer all obstacles in their path with grace, poise, and a megadose of cheeky humor. LBD-it's not just a girl thing, it's the best thing!

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Review: It's a Girl Thing (LBD #1)

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One of the better examples of Angus-Thongs-wannabes. These books have generally positive messages about friendship, doing what's right, etc., but are wrapped in a bubblegum-pink package that includes cute boys and pop stars. Read full review

Review: It's a Girl Thing (LBD #1)

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One of the better examples of Angus-Thongs-wannabes. These books have generally positive messages about friendship, doing what's right, etc., but are wrapped in a bubblegum-pink package that includes cute boys and pop stars. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Grace Dent is a regular contributor to British teen magazines such as CosmoGIRL! and Mirror, as well as a columnist for the Guardian and More! magazine.

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