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Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging

Confessions of Georgia Nicolson

by Louise Rennison

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Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging by Louise Rennison
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    Apr 2000, 256 pages

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    Apr 2001, 272 pages

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i lick le(french 4 the) sexy beast

Bonjour mes petit amies! Je suis american, mais je parle francais un peu. J'adore Louise Rennison beacoup!!!!

--Hello my little friends! I absoluty ADORE Louise Rennison. NO in a sexual way or anything but, you know, her writing. Not a day goes by that I don;t do some stupid thing that makes everybody stare(at me) and sometimes point and laugh. What gets me thru these moments? or who really, The people in Louise Rennison's books. Sometimes I 'do a jaz' and sumtimes I 'do a georgia.' anypants, These books have become my chocolate, or my strawberry or vanilla, watever u want, and I couldn't live w/out them, write more!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
guardgirl

It was a great way to start the series and me and my friend talk about it all the time!
Lynn

I looooooooooved this book!!

I was in my room once and I just started laughing out loud!!!

My mum asked what was wrong, but I just couldn't explain!!!

I have one friend with whom I can talk about this book, because we recognize ourselves in it!!!

IT'S SOOOO FUNNY!!!

THANK YOU FOR WRITING IT!!!

xxx
Toree

This is a GREAT book, I loved in till the end. I read it in less then a week, while other books usually take me three to four weeks. I cant wait to read the sequal!!
~Amber~

For being 15 i can relate to what Georgia is saying in her diary. I think that it is alot like my life actually. She is so funny that when i read the first book ( I was doing it for a book report) I just couldnt stop laughing and my entire class kept looking at my funny. Then the next day one of my friends had the book and she did the same thing and finally the entire class had to read it just so that everyone would know what everyone else was laughing about. It was great. I am still looking forward to reading the other books because Reading them helps me get through tough times.
~aLeXaNdRa~

Hi may name is Alexandra and I am from Toronto, Canada. I am 13 years old and all I have to say is that I absolutely loved this book. I have read this book over ten times and trust me I could read it about ten more times. Georgia Nicolson is hilariously funny and has such a dry sense of humour. Georgia is a girl that everyone can relate to. I love how she handles things in such a way that makes it fun to read and it doesn't make it the type of book that everyone is best friends in it and there are no problems what so ever, Hey, real life is full of ups and downs and it is better to look it in the face a laugh at it then to sulk slowly away and have it push you around. I admire Louise Rennison for writing such a fabbitty, fab, novel that hundreds of girls are enjoying. I have read all four of the books in the series and i couldn't stop laughing once. I literally came away from this book with tears in my eyes and cramps in my side. It was that funny.



So on my final thought I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a good laugh and a refreshing outlook on how teenage life is really looked at.



~Alexandra~

loved
candice

this is one of my favourite books DONT READ IN PUBLIC you will be laughing so hard people will look strangely at you
Maggie

ATFFS was hysterical! I could completely relate to Georgia. I couldn't stop reading.

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