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Electra Brown: Taking the Plunge: Book 4

Helen Bailey

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Electra Brown, For National Curriculum Key Stage 3, Fiction, Children's Fiction, General fiction (Children's / Teenage)

Another Electraspecial instalment from the hilariously shallow world of Electra Brown. This time, Electra is going to take the plunge!

Electra's finally taking the plunge. After all, her friend Lucy did it in France, Sorrel thought she had but hadn't after all, and Claudia, who's done it loads of times, has bet Electra she won't.

She will, though. She's going to go out with the first boy who asks her. But what if he turns out to be a frog and not a prince

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Praise for Electra Brown: Taking the Plunge: Book 4

  • 'A humorous, light-hearted story with funny, real and SHALLOW characters. A must read! - Hannah, 12, Chicklish website

  • Electra is a really likeable character with a great outlook on life. She feels very believable, and even though she still worries about the shallow things in life, the larger things also get to her. - Write Away

  • Out of My Depth: 'One for all teenage girls to read. I highly recommend it!' - Kirsty Scard, Waterstone's, Alton

  • We love her! - Mizz magazine

  • Hilarious! - Teen Titles

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Helen Bailey

Helen Bailey was born and brought up in Northumberland, a county she always regarded as home.

Barely into her teens, Helen invested her pocket money in buying a copy of The Writers' and Artists' Yearbook and spent the next few years sending short stories and poems to anyone she could think of. Much to her surprise, she sometimes found herself in print.

After a degree in science, Helen worked in the media, running a successful London-based character licensing agency handling internationally renowned properties such as Snoopy, Felicity Wishes, Dilbert and Zorro.

Helen died in 2016, leaving behind a significant body of work. She is best known for her Electra Brown series, of which the first is 'Life in the Shallow End'.

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