Clarice Bean: Don’t Look Now

Publisher: Hachette Children's Group

Review

Another brilliant and lovable book in the Clarice Bean series. This time, Clarice is facing her biggest, baddest worries by writing them all down in a notebook. But a worry has come along that she hadn't even thought about - her utterly best friend is moving away forever. Just what is she going to do?

This book is great for all those familar childhood anxieties around school friends, life changes and fitting in at school. As ever, Lauren Child tackles all of this with a lot of humour, fun and some fabulously stylish illustrations.

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