The Secrets of the Superglue Sisters

Best friends Georgie and Jem have always felt like sisters – but now they’re actual sisters too. That’s right! Georgie’s mum and Jem’s dad have finally bought a house together. Now the girls can share a home at last, just like they always wanted. But being full-time sisters isn’t quite as simple as they thought. And at their new school, there are new friends to make and a class project to do. It’s all about writing down their secrets and worries. But what will happen when the secrets are revealed?

  • Part of a heartwarming new series by Susie Day
  • A touching story of families, secrets and changes
  • Explores themes of growing up in the modern world
  • Susie Day won a BBC Talent Children’s Fiction Prize

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  • Susie Day

    Susie Day grew up in Penarth, Wales, with a lisp and a really unfortunate first name.

    Her many careers have included guiding tourists, professional nappy-changing, teaching small people how many beans make five and taller people how to interrogate the beans from a post-structuralist perspective, and herding boarding school students – but she always wanted to be a writer. She firmly believes in the dictum “write what you know”, which is why this book is about cake, watching telly, and helpless romantic flailitude.

    Susie lives in Oxford, and is probably drinking a cup of tea right now (she usually has one around this time of day).

    Her first novel, BIG WOO!, was published in 2008: “I honestly don’t think I’ve ever laughed so hard while reading … very highly recommended” Chicklish.

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