Great books are timeless, web browsers are not. It looks like your browser is out of date. We do our best to support a wide variety of browsers and devices, but BookBub works best in a modern browser. For help upgrading, check out http://www.whatbrowser.org/.
BookBub offers a great personalized experience. Unfortunately, your browser doesn't accept cookies, which limits how good an experience we can provide. For more info on how to enable cookies, check out http://www.whatarecookies.com/.
Just when she’s finally become popular, Coco’s family moves to the country. Can this city girl learn to love the land? An ornery horse and a cute boy may help…
Things can’t get any worse, right?
Thirteen year old fashionista Coco Franks has finally made it into the popular group at school when her dad decides to move the whole family to the country so they can ‘bond’. Social death is looming, her shoes are covered in mud and all Coco wants to do is get herself back to her city friends.
After all, things can’t get any worse, right? It’ll take a boy with no dress sense and totally hick boots, and a contrary horse called Cupcake to bring Coco to her senses. But it might just be too little, too late.
Love and Muddy Puddles is humorous contemporary fiction, set in Australia, and aimed at brave-hearted girls aged 10-14. If you love funny books with a twist and some real-life drama, and you’ve ever wondered who your real friends are, grab your copy now.
Love and Muddy Puddles is the third novel by Australian writer Cecily Anne Paterson. Her first novel, Invisible, also a clean, contemporary story for young teen girls, was called an ‘exquisitely written story’ by Publisher’s Weekly review of teenage fiction, and was a semifinalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards in 2014.
Charlie Franks is A-OK is the sequel to Love and Muddy Puddles, and is available now.
Book data provided by author, publisher, or Bowker data services.
Cecily Anne Paterson
Cecily Anne Paterson
Cecily Anne Paterson is an Australian author who writes warm hearted fiction for young teen girls. She likes reading, learning to play the cello and having someone else do the cooking.
View Cecily Anne Paterson's full profile