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Enter the hilarious world of Billie Upton Green . . . The start of an exciting new series full of Billie's laugh-out-loud observations and doodles!
There is a new girl at Billie's school, and Billie takes it upon herself to show her around, teach her the Biscuit Laws, and remind her that yes, two women can get married (after all, Billie's mums' wedding is the event of the year).
But then suspicion sets in.
The new girl seems very close to Billie's best friend Layla. And doesn't she know a little too much about the latest big school heist - the theft of Mrs Robinson's purse...?
© Jen Carney 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021
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Billie Upton Green aka B.U.G. (although don't ever call her BUG!) has started her own diary. Billie's teacher wants her to use her new jotter to practice her spellings but that's the WORST IDEA EVER. Instead, Billie has begun to jot down and doodle all her observations at school. And there's a new girl in her class who is very suspicious...