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Bindi Babes

Bindi Babes

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by Narinder Dhami

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Meet Amber, Jazz, and Geena Dhillon—a.k.a. the Bindi Babes. They’re three fabulous sisters with a reputation for being the coolest, best-dressed girls at their school. But their classmates don’t know that the Dhillon sisters work extra hard to look perfect and together to all of their friends . . . while privately trying not to think how much they

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Bindi Babes 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Louisie More than 1 year ago
What a fun book!  A light hearted look at grief and how a family deals with losing their Mother...and what subsequently happens.  The 3 sisters are very devious and end up getting caught in their own plots.  Read them all!  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is really stupid. Not to the point where it was funny though. Do not read it. You I'll want to stop.
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Ciarra Thomas More than 1 year ago
This book it tells thee story of three sisters and their mum has died so they have no mum. Then their dad tells them their aunt from India is coming to watch them-but she interferes with everything.........I would definiitely recommend this book
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed Bindi Babes. It's a great example of how children don't want to have parental supervision (particularly if they are good and capable kids) and then realize how much they are missing when it becomes part of their life again.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The novel Bhindi Babes is extremely funny! 3 young Indian girls living in Britain (who are quite spoiled)are sisters living with their father. Their mother has passed away a year ago. The sisters seem perfect to their peers. When their Aunt from India comes to visit and interferes with everything because she insists... things start to get crazy! It has a refreshing approach to show how people can misunderstand others easily. And it is very pleasant how the story unfolds.