ABOUT THIS BOOK
PAGES: 72 p.
PUBLICATION DATE: February 2, 2007
How Embarrassing Is That?
Ruby’s parents are beyond embarrassing. They wear young clothes. They think they’re her best mates. Her dad tells awful jokes. And now they’re planning to sing at her school assembly. They must be stopped – for good!
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