Should Dani admit to her closest secret to her new friends, or stay quiet and keep it safe?It won't be the same without you,' Ali points out. 'You're one of the gang.' 'The Gang of Four,' wheedles Tash. 'The No Secrets Club!' says Lissa. Then she adds, 'Unless you've got a secret, that is.' 'Cos if you have, you can't be in it,' teases Tash.The third book in the popular The Secrets Club series by author Chris Higgins, for pre-teen girls. In the first two books, Alice and Tash fessed up. Now it's Dani's turn. On Saturday, Dani's friends want her to go into town with them, but sports-mad Dani would prefer to kick a ball around the park with the boys. The girls just can't help wondering why she's so secretive about it. Should she admit to her friends that every weekend she plays football with a group of boys who don't even know she's a girl?!
About the Author
Chris Higgins is the bestselling author of many books for tween and teen girls including He's After Me (winner of the Kernow Young Book Award 2012 and the Lancashire Children's Book Award), 32C, That's Me and Pride and Penalties. Chris is a former English and Drama teacher and a mother of four daughters. She lives in the far west of Cornwall.