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Dancing in my Nuddy-Pants Book Review

Dancing in my Nuddy-Pants Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Dancing in my Nuddy-Pants is the fourth installment of Georgia Nicolson's diary. Louise Rennison, the author of the Georgia Nicolson series has brought even more laughs than the first book, Angus, thongs and full-frontal snogging!

Author: Louise Rennison

Dancing in my Nuddy-Pants is the kind of book you need to hole yourself up in your room to read, cuz you're gonna be laughing like a fool through the whole thing! It's the fourth installment of Georgia Nicolson's diary and it's tres amusant (Georgia has a habit of slipping into French, German and even some made-up words of her own!)

What Does That Even Mean?

Georgia Nicolson is 15, lives in England and is dating a Sex God. Ok, he's actually a musician, but is there really any difference? Georgia doesn't think so. You'll hear tales of her secret snogging (kissing) adventures, her trip to Paris with the ace gang (her best friends), and everything else in between.

Grade A Goodness

Reading through Georgia's diary makes her story super-personable and will have you thinking about all the crazy times you've had with your friends. Disco dancing in the halls of Stalag 14 (their school,) is a favorite pastime of the ace gang. And there are always plenty of emergency bathroom meetings to dish about the boys. Think you can relate?

Say What?!

If you're worried you won't be able to follow along with all of Georgia's crazy British slang, fear not! She's cleverly included a glossary at the back of the book to aid in all of your translations. So, there are really no excuses for not reading this book!

Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants Rating:4

For more groovy info about Georgia Nicolson, head to her official site, www.georgianicolson.com.

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