Strawberry Crush by Jean UreStrawberry Crush by Jean Ure

Strawberry Crush

byJean Ure

Paperback | January 31, 2017

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A brand new story of crushes, first love and friendship from the original Queen of Tween - Jean Ure!When Maya falls off her bike and into the arms of Jake Harper, her cousin Mattie thinks the crush that follows will be as short-lived as the rest - especially as Maya is a Year 8 nobody and Jake is a Year 12 god. Mattie's pretty sure that Jake's taken, anyway.But if Jake's got a girlfriend then why does he keep offering Maya lifts around town? And why does Maya accuse Mattie of being jealous of her? Perhaps there's more to this crush than meets the eye.
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 ananimal lover and lives with her husband, seven dogs and four cats in a 300-year-old house in Croydon.
Title:Strawberry CrushFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pagesPublished:January 31, 2017Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:000755396X

ISBN - 13:9780007553969


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