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    • ISBN:9781408345139
    • Publication date:12 Jan 2017
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Season Three

Book 3

By Chloe Bennet

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Join Chloe and her friends for their next project - a whole new kind of Boywatching!

When Chloe's boyfriend Mark goes off on a French exchange, he leaves his cousin Oscar in the not-so-capable hands of the Boywatchers. Poor Oscar is extremely handsome, but terribly awkward. Can the girls succeed in transforming him into a suave, girlfriended gent - in time for Mark's return?
Broken hearts, promises and toes abound in this hilarious and heartwarming conclusion to the fabulous BOYWATCHING trilogy.

Biographical Notes

'Chloe Bennet' is the pseudonym of a highly experienced author and former publisher. The BOYWATCHING books are her first for children.

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  • ISBN: 9781408345122
  • Publication date: 12 Jan 2017
  • Page count: 288
  • Imprint: Orchard Books
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