Rosie Buttery has lived in Paradise Avenue in Camden Town
all her life. Her mother is a GP at the local doctors’ surgery,
her dad is a frustrated artist, and her brother . . . well, he’s
just a pain. Living in Camden Town is great. Not only do Rosie and her
best friends, Sky and Vix have the market to hang out at and
gigs to go to, there are also celebrities to spot, and TV
studios, where they might just get noticed. When Rosie finds out that the drummer from a chart-topping
group is moving in to the big house at the end of her street,
she makes it her mission to befriend him. But things don’t
work out quite the way she expected.
'Engaging and fun . . . Camden comes to life!' Chicklish
'Familiar teen themes of friendships and boys are given a celebrity twist in the first of a new series: Camden Town Tales. Fresh, funny and very readable, with a pretty cover too.'
'A bright, gossipy novel. Will have teenage girls desperate to experience ‘the excitement, noise and colour’ of Camden, its market and its bohemian atmosphere. Books for Keeps
'A fast-paced, easy to read story perfect for teenage girls. It’s chock-full of romance, friendship and celebrities and paints a brilliant picture of London … Each character is realistic and likeable … Freeman has a great style when it comes to writing teen behaviour. Fans of Cathy Hopkins … and Cathy Cassidy will love this.' Wondrous Reads
'The market and town are very vivid …the characters fun and convincing … really amusing!' Bookbabblers
Age Group: 11 plus / Extent: 192 pages / Format: 198 x 129 mm ISBN: 978 1 84812 094 6 (pb) - 978 1 84812 186 7 (ebook) / Price: £6.99