Diary of a Lottery Winner's Daughter

Does money have to change everything?

Charlotte and her family are determined that winning £3.7 million on the lottery won’t alter them. But they haven’t counted on how other people will react. Now Charlotte’s best friend is acting up, cruel tongues are wagging at school, and her most trusted allies are falling away. Can Charlotte use the cash to change things for the better? Or is it true that money can’t buy happiness? A warm and funny story about friendships, families, growing up – and what it feels like to find yourself in the money!

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  • it seems as a great book

    9 March 2013

  • This is a great book, and a funny and light tale. It shows you how two-faced people can be and how winning the lottery should be a positive thing that becomes negative because of friends who turn. It is a great read and i would recommend for ages 12+

    2 March 2012

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    I have read this book and its AMAZING!!!!!! BE CAREFULL WHAT YOU WISH FOR. Its gotta be 5 star for me.

    4 January 2012

  • This book looks soooooo good because just by the the name of it though you should NEVER judge a book by it’s cover.

    31 December 2011

  • I really want to read this book it sounds amazing!!! I have never read a Penelope Bush book but I am willing to give them a try! Some people say you can’t judge a book by it’s cover but this front cover looks like it’s hiding a great book!!x

    21 December 2011

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