Alice's sister Rosie has always been difficult. As a baby she screamed all the time. Now she can talk, it appears that her favourite thing is telling lies and causing mayhem. The family are uncomfortably resigned to a lifetime of embarrassment as Rosie tackles nursery school. This year her teachers decide to change the end of year play to a celebration of fruits and vegetables in the hope that the scope for chaos is more limited. But Rosie likes a challenge! And so Alice sits in the middle of the front row and videos everything that occurs - the domino-fashion falling over of all the tall vegetables, and the 'watering' of the small ones with an awful mixture of glue and black paint Just how much was Rosie responsible for? Alice becomes the star of the neighbourhood, because she was the only person who continued videoing as the events unrolled Praise for her previous titles ircle of Doom- '(Tim Kennemore) is one of the very best.' Andrew Franklin, Bookseller Ingenious, sometimes very funny, always highly readable.' School Librarian abine- 'An excellent and very modern story.' School Librarian Andersen Press are very pleased to be able to publish this new story, illustrated
Tim Kennemore has written nine books for children, and was commended for the Carnegie Medal in 1982. She likes computer games, roller coasters and treasure hunts! She lives with her two children in North London. This is her third book for Andersen Press.