Bindi Babes

Publisher: Random House

Review

The Bindi sisters seem to be coping very well following the death of their mother. They are popular at school and manage the housekeeping; their father buys them anything they want. When their aunt comes over from India to look after them they resent the intrusion and resolve to get rid of her.

This, however, proves to be difficult, and they begin to realise that in fact their lives are not so perfect. Although these are serious themes, Narinder Dhami has a light touch which girls in particular will enjoy.

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