Sleepover Club No 16 in which the girls Fliss, Lindz, Kenny, Frankie and Rosie decide to make over Rosie’s room. Messy fun from beginning to end – ace!
Rosie is miserable – her dad has gone off on holiday instead of decorating her bedroom as promised. The Sleepovers decide to do-it-themselves that evening. What could go wrong? Well, somehow quite a lot goes wrong… Rosie’s mum is so annoyed with the mess that future sleepovers are banned! Then Fliss discovers a competition with a fantastic prize – a free room make over! They enter the competition on Rosie’s behalf but, in true Sleepover style, don’t ever manage to post the entry form…
About the author
Narinder Dhami was born in Wolverhampton in 1958. Having read English at Birmingham University, she spent the next nine years teaching at schools in the East End of London, before leaving the profession to write full-time. After providing the words for literally hundreds of photo-stories in teenage magazines, she had her first children’s book, ‘A Medal for Melina’, published in 1990.
Narinder Dhami lives in Cambridge with her husband, Robert, and their four cats.