BHANGRA BABES by Narinder Dhami


Age Range: 9 - 13
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Dhami concludes her chick-lit trilogy about three Indian-British tweens—Geena, Amber and Jazz Dhillon—who have a penchant for trouble and sisterly bantering. This time, their interfering auntie is planning a wedding and moving out. Added to the mix of disasters waiting to happen is the girls’ bet as to which sister the gorgeous Rocky will like best and their forced welcoming support of Kiran, the new girl in school with an attitude problem. When Amber discovers that Kiran’s sudden truancy is related to the recent death of her father, she persuades Rocky to act friendly toward her in exchange for playing his bhangra-style music at her aunt’s wedding. The seemingly perfect arrangement unravels when Rocky and Kiran appear to be more than friends and Rocky’s talent stops with his good looks. But the sisters are babes after all, and end the series on a high note. Fans of Dhami’s previous titles will want to finish the series. (Fiction. 9-13)

Pub Date: April 11th, 2006
ISBN: 0-385-73318-6
Page count: 192pp
Publisher: Delacorte
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1st, 2006


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