The Beautiful Game: Hannah's Secret

“Hi, I’m Hannah, and I’m the future captain of the England women’s football team! Ha ha – only kidding. Although my dad seriously thinks so, which is embarrassing with a capital E. He’s always yelling at me when I play – it’s a nightmare! At least I’ve got football, and five new mates to keep me happy. And there’s my BIG SECRET, too – just promise you won’t tell…”

Meet Hannah in a sparkly soccer series for girls by the author of Bend it Like Beckham. Come and play The Beautiful Game, where football and friendship make the perfect match!

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  • I’m not big on football but I thought this was okay. But you should read this only if you like sports

    9 March 2014

  • Enjoyed reading this, its a must read for football fans

    8 March 2014

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    I’ve almost finished this book and i’m really enjoying it,i really got into footie when i read this book and i totally know how it feels to have a sister you don’t like!

    25 January 2014

  • I definitely want to read dis book I am not into sports but the book sounds great

    25 October 2013

  • This book really got me in to football , this book is grat and I think evey girl should read it, this book will make you want to jump up and play as soon as you put it down

    8 March 2013

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    Narinder Dhami

    Narinder has written over 100 children’s books, including the Bindi Babes and Beautiful Game series, and the novel for the hit film Bend it Like Beckham.


    Narinder Dhami has won the Nottingham Children’s Book Prize for Animal Crackers,the Portsmouth Children’s Book Prize for Grow Up, Dad! and the Lancashire Book of the Year for Bang! Bang! You’re Dead.

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