Scissors, Sisters & Manic Panics

Scissors, Sisters & Manic Panics

by Ellie Phillips
     
 

“Mrs Nellist came in for her cut and colour while Auntie and Tiffany were out the back having a coffee, leaving me to sweep up, and that's kind of where everything got really ugly. It was the hairstyle that Mrs Nellist never knew she wanted. That's all it was about. I don't know why everyone had to go so completely hysterical about it, but that's my family

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Overview

“Mrs Nellist came in for her cut and colour while Auntie and Tiffany were out the back having a coffee, leaving me to sweep up, and that's kind of where everything got really ugly. It was the hairstyle that Mrs Nellist never knew she wanted. That's all it was about. I don't know why everyone had to go so completely hysterical about it, but that's my family for you.”

Sadie Nathanson is back! After sorting out exactly who she is, she now feels ready to tackle who she is going to be! With hair as her focus, Sadie decides to enter a major hairdressing competition – though she has her work cut out for her when she gets fired from her Saturday job in Auntie Lilah’s salon. And if that’s not bad enough, it turns out there are yet still more surprises in store Dadwise...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781780313290
Publisher:
Egmont UK Ltd
Publication date:
07/01/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
File size:
949 KB
Age Range:
12 Years

Meet the Author

Ellie Phillips trained as a journalist before becoming a children’s writer. Her childhood home was a flat above her parents’ bookstore where she spent a lot of time sitting under the shop counter, reading the stock and wishing there were more novels like Forever by Judy Blume.

She lives in Sheffield with her husband, son and hamster, Edmund.


Ellie Phillips is a children's writer.  Her first novel, Dad's Geeks and Blue-Haired Freaks was published by Egmont in 2012 and the follow-up, Scissors, Sisters and Manic Panics followed a year later.

Her childhood home was a flat above her parents' bookstore and she spent a lot of time sitting under the shop counter reading the stock and wishing there were more novels like Forever by Judy Blume out there. 

Ellie trained as a journalist and has been a runner up in the Bridport Prize for short story writing. 

She lives in Sheffield with her husband, son and very fat cat, George.

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