Dread Girl

Dread Girl They call the Head Girl Dread Girl in Annie Wilkinson s school Loathed by everyone whoever steps into her shoes is bound to find herself the target of flicked fingers rude remarks and hostile looks

  • Title: Dread Girl
  • Author: Anne Pearson
  • ISBN: 9781519795304
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Paperback
  • They call the Head Girl Dread Girl in Annie Wilkinson s school Loathed by everyone, whoever steps into her shoes is bound to find herself the target of flicked fingers, rude remarks, and hostile looks The Prefects, or The Perfects as they are known, are almost as detested as the Dread Girl Who would want to be one of them As soon as the badge is pinned on a PerfThey call the Head Girl Dread Girl in Annie Wilkinson s school Loathed by everyone, whoever steps into her shoes is bound to find herself the target of flicked fingers, rude remarks, and hostile looks The Prefects, or The Perfects as they are known, are almost as detested as the Dread Girl Who would want to be one of them As soon as the badge is pinned on a Perfect s chest, that s it He or she become the target of ridicule and abuse Annie has no intention of being so visible She doesn t have the right hair or the right clothes Her boobs are non existent Her new dentures make her sound like her Nan All she wants is to keep her head down, slip under the radar, and pass her final year in school without incident So when Annie s name appears on the new prefect s list, she is suddenly thrust into the limelight But there is worse to come .

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    About "Anne Pearson"

    1. Anne Pearson

      Anne Pearson is a children s non fiction author, specializing in ancient history.

    297 thoughts on “Dread Girl”

    1. Thought provoking, amusing, sad. A reminder that not everything is as it seems. This was a quick easy read for a chilly afternoon. I devoured it in one sitting. I'll admit a bias, the author grew up in the community where I've lived for the past 25 years and the book is based around her experiences. But what I thought would be a typical coming of age novel, has lingered with me and challenged the usual ideas of what leadership and success are. I guess that the book is targeted towards teenage gi [...]


    2. My Girlfruend read this and said it was an excellent book. once started was hard to put it down. Aimed at teenagers but im certainly no teenager and loved it. She cannot wait for Annes next book.


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