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The Isobel Journal: Just A Northern Girl From Where Nothing Really Happens Paperback – 1 November 2013

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  • Paperback : 208 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1471402274
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1471402272
  • Product Dimensions : 1.7 x 16.1 x 21 cm
  • Publisher : Hot Key Books (1 November 2013)
  • Language: : English
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This book is head and eye and mind bliss. I want to print every page onto a t-shirt and wear one everyday to show them off to the world. * Laura Dockrill * For something completely different, teenage girls will enjoy THE ISOBEL JOURNAL ... a witty snapshot of adolescent life today. * Daily Express * A fresh and charmingly frank portrait of teen life which perfectly captures the day-to-day realities of growing up, The Isobel Journal will leave readers excited to see what Harrop will come up with next. * Booktrust *

About the Author

Isobel Harrop is an eighteen-year-old girl from the North West of England, squished somewhere between Manchester and Liverpool. She recently finished college, where she studied A-Level English Literature, English Language and Media Studies. Now she's down in the South of England, studying English Literature "somewhere a bit more interesting". This is her first book that wasn't made using the school photocopier and staples. Inspired by Peanuts comics and 1960s design, Isobel loves to draw whenever she gets a chance, with every piece of school work scrawled all over with drawings of imaginary people. When she isn't working or drawing, you might find her fawning over cute animals on the internet (especially sea otters!), eating vast amount of chocolate in all its forms, and collecting stuff that she doesn't need from charity shops. Follow Isobel at: or on Twitter: @IsobelJournal

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