Join Bec, Charlie and Emma in this collection of super sporty Go Girl stories. Whether it's swimming, gymnastics or dancing, being active is always fun! In The Worst Gymnast, Gemma loves going to gymnastics class. But when her coach yells at her for making mistakes, Gemma needs to p ...Show more
Lucy is so excited about going on a beach holiday with her best friend Bonnie. They will have five whole days to learn how to become surfie girls together. But their friendship will be tested and not just by the waves. Ages 6-9. (SA: Year 3 - Year 5).
Zoe can't wait to meet Isabelle, the new girl. What will she be like, and will they be friends? But when Isabelle starts being really mean, Zoe has to choose between being mean too, or standing tall and being a good friend. Age 8+. (SA: Year 3 - Year 5).
Playing truth or dare at a sleep-over means lots of giggling and heaps of fun for Michiko and Mia. And the game is so much fun that they keep playing it at school, too! But their fun game goes downhill fast when a dare goes horribly wrong, and Michiko breaks a school window. Michiko may love rising to ...Show more
For the first time ever, read a Go Girl! told from the perspective of a boy! Sienna and her twin have just moved house and started at a new school. Sienna is popular and her twin is shy. Sienna is outgoing and her twin is sensitive. But there is one other difference ... Sienna's twin is a boy!