Jelly Baby by Jean UreJelly Baby by Jean Ure

Jelly Baby

byJean Ure

Paperback | April 12, 2016

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A humorous and heart-warming story about a little sister, a big sister, a cat, a dad and. a new girlfriend!Bitsy, or 'Jelly Baby' as she's sometimes called, has been doing just fine living with Dad and big sister Em since Mum died. The housework may not always get done, and dinners might not always be at the table, but none of them ever minded!Until one day Dad brings home a girlfriend - and everything changes. Now it looks like it might be down to the Jelly Baby of the family to keep it from falling apart.
Jean Ure was born in Surrey and, when growing up, knew that she was going to be a writer or a ballet dancer. She began writing when she was six years old and had her first book published while she was still at school. Jean is a vegan and animal lover. She lives with her husband, seven dogs and four cats in a 300-year-old house in Croyd...
Title:Jelly BabyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pagesPublished:April 12, 2016Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0007518692

ISBN - 13:9780007518692


Editorial Reviews

"Jean Ure's books are funny, funky, feisty - and fantastic reads!" Jacqueline WilsonPraise for Hunky Dory"More infectious humour from Jean Ure."Waterstone's Books QuarterlyPraise for Gone Missing"Fans of Jean Ure and new readers alike will love this fast-paced, action driven new novel." INIS"Heartwarming stuff." CY Magazine'Jean Ure does that girl thing like no one else.' Graham Marks, Publishing NewsPraise for Passion Flower:'A funny and realistic read - we loved it.' MizzPraise for Pumpkin Pie:'The heroine I've been waiting for.' TimesPraise for Shrinking Violet:'Grown-ups love Bridget Jones' Diary, but youngsters will adore Violet Alexander's.' Liverpool Echo'Excellent for any nine-up and will almost certainly lead to an addiction to Ure.' ObserverPraise for Becky Bananas:'The writing transcends any trace of heaviness.'Guardian