Cordelia Codd: Not Just the Blues

One day, Cordelia Codd will be a glamour icon. She will take taxis everywhere, have a ridiculous little floppy dog to put in her handbag, and hold manicure days every Wednesday. But just now, she’s stuck with a 50% reduction in parents, two mean ex-best friends and a mum with a broken heart. Help! Dad has GOT to come home and sort things out! This is a wacky and touching tale of family, fortune and a quirky girl whose big dreams clash with real life.

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    I love this book i bought it and it is so adictive you can’t put this book down i recomend this book to all girls espacially one’s who love fashion(like me) EVREY GIRLY GIRL WOULD LOVE THIS BOOK!Its just really good I missed one of the X factor episodeos to carry on reading this book,and i love X factor like loads of other people.This book is about a girl called coredlia who really into fashion she is a good artist,and loves watchin movies.Then she was told to move next to the class nerd. She didnt wanna be seen hanging out with her. Then she gets nto a convosation and it turns out they like the same things so they become firends.Her dad and Mum are divorced then Cordelia goes on journey to find her dad behind her mums back. She was travelling at night by the train by herself. Then gets robbed. So she hasnt go her mobile phone money food maps. What will she do. she tries to get her mum get and get bak togetha again. Would it work out

    7 May 2012

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