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Frankie, Peaches & Me (Stella Etc. #1)

3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  312 ratings  ·  13 reviews
Stella, along with her mum, dad and mildly mad twin brothers, has just moved from buzzy London to the sleepy seaside town of Potbay. Not only has she had to leave her best mate Frankie behind but she's also kissed goodbye to Seb - only the guy she's ever liked. Still, Portbay's got its own charms; they might just take a little discovering...
218 pages
Published May 21st 2004 by Scholastic Ltd (first published January 1st 2001)
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Madlenka
The last time I visited my local library, I started to feel a bit nostalgic about all the books I used to read & love when I was younger, and all the series from that time I never finished because I grew up. Karen McCombie was my most beloved author at that time, and I was very lucky to find all 7 books in Stella etc. series there. My summer can officially start, because they haven't got any worse! They are still incredibly fun and even sort of heart-warming (but that's probably just me now) ...more
Lydia
Excelent. Good plot to the story. I would recommend it to ages 9-13
Katie
**GENERAL REVIEW FOR THE SERIES**

As a result of my devotion to McCombie's "Ally's World" series, I was very eager to read these books, to the point that I had my da order them for me online at a time when that wasn't really a thing. They weren't exactly easy to get my hands on. To this day, I'm still waiting to get voted off the island. Oh well.

I remember really enjoying the dynamic in these books between Stella's pursuit of new friendships, helping people in their hour of need, and trying to di
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Mirella Grace
Ini serial bagus. Meskipun saya dah umur kepala 3, dah punya anak, tetep hobi baca teenlit dan menikmati baca serial ini.

Latar belakang ceritanya sederhana, tentang kepindahan keluarga Stansfield dari London ke kota Portbay di selatan Inggris. Pindah dari kota metropolitan ke kota kecil yang tidak dikenal tentu saja membuat Stella Stansfields, cewek berumur 13 tahun merasa tidak betah dan kesepian. Apalagi Stella meninggalkan sahabat-sahabatnya di London sana : Frankie, Neisha, Parminder dan Ele
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Amanda O'Donnell
Stella’s family have swapped a brilliant life in London for a sleepy seaside resort where the biggest thrill is a psycho seagull. How is shy-girl Stella going to fit in to this freaky little town, especially without her best friend Frankie?
Then – with a waft of peaches and cream – things start to get interesting...
Jessica
Jul 14, 2012 Jessica rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Most people that have nothing else to read at the time
Recommended to Jessica by: My sister
Good book, plus there was a slight *!!!SWOONOER!!!* in it! And guess what? He has that lopsided smile that Edward always does, bonus! Hehe. It's kind of sad at the end thought because Stella likes him but she finds out that her best friend Frankie has actually liked him for juust as long and she's dating him! I'd reccomend it.
Palsay
baca buku ini sambil siap2 belajar gimana caranya ngadepin abege...13 th itu berarti 2 tahun lagi untuk sulungku, 4 tahun untuk bungsuku yang kadang2 bahkan terlihat lebih tua 3 tahun dari umurnya. jadi memang harus mulai alert nih...
Emma
Mar 23, 2008 Emma rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: my friends
I really liked this book and didnt put it down! Stella relates to me when i moved away but not so far from london. Overall I would give this book 10/10. And Im going to start to re\ad the rest of the Stella etc. books.
Molly
Frankie peaches and me is an amazing book! i loved it.
Karen mc'combie was already one of my favirout authers but she has really acceled herself
in this book.
Rose Dawson
Stella a ... byly knížky mého dětství.Byly zajímavé,vtipné pro teenagerky rozhodně to pravé.Oblíbila jsem si hlavně paní Lepkavou Karamelku a Broskvičku. ;D
Diego Christian
Baru tahu kalau cerita anak 13 tahun sedewasa ini. Maklum aja ya, terjemahan. But, it's kind a good book to read to young adults. :)
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Karen Grace McCombie is an author of children and young adult novels. Currently, she lives in London with her husband Tom, and their four year old daughter Milly. She is the author of the series Stella etc., Ally's World, and Indie Kidd. She has also written several stand-alone novels. Her newest series, Sadie Rocks, was released in February 2008.

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