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'Every year Annabelle has a pool party for her birthday. Her uncle makes the invitations, her mum bakes the cake, and nearly her whole class comes! But this year she decides to do something different and to invite her friends from outside of school as well. But what if no one comes? And what if they do come but no one gets along?' (Publisher's blurb)
'When Will and his dad move in with Lola and her mum, there´s lots to get used to. It´s nice to have another kid in the house, even though Will thinks he´s the Karate Kid! But Lola and Will don´t have much in common... until Lola takes up karate too. Can it bring them closer? Or will it karate chop them apart?' (Publisher's blurb)