|A funny, upbeat story told in diary form. The fourth part of a diary by Tiffany Little relating her escapades with her family and friends. |
|Tiffany's parents are separated and her mum has a new partner so Tiffany tries to set her dad up with a date - with one of her teachers. It all turns to disaster and once again Tiffany's life seems to be going downhill fast. |
|Funny and realistic with some really good black and white illustrations.
Reads just like a young girl's diary would read and Tiffany's character comes across well. I think this will appeal to all young girls of eight and above. |
|Jenny Oldfield is a best-selling author with several successful series to her name, including Home Farm Twins and Definitely Daisy. |
|Other books by Jenny Oldfield include Don't Make Me Laugh, Liam, I'd Like a Little Word, Leonie, Just You Wait, Winona, Not Now, Nathan!, Off-Side, Tess Gets Trapped, Titch Plays Tricks, Toby Takes the Plunge, What's the Matter, Maya?, You Must Be Joking, Jimmy, You're a Disgrace, Daisy. |
|This is the fourth book featuring the voice of Tiffany Little, a girl with attitude and a diary she's not afraid to use! This is Adrian Mole without the angst and Bridget Jones for kids. Jenny Oldfield once again creates a must-have series, full of all the things girls this age worry about.
In When Dad Went on a Date Tiff attempts to ser her dad up on a date and there are disastrous effects while her friends try to get the autograph of a celebrity.
The books are filled with touching honesty and humour, as well as great black and white illustrations. So read on
if you can get hold of a copy |
|Hands off. Keep out! No one reads this diary, OK! It's all here, blow by blow. I write my diary a lot. And that's what I wanna be - a mega famous blockbusting, big-time WRITER! But not yet, so don't go snooping
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