Everyone in first year is really excited about the big prize in the English essay competition - but it causes huge problems for Alice and Megan's friendship. The seventh book in Judi Curtin's bestselling series.
Winning is a good thing, isn't it? Everyone in first year is really excited about the big prize in the English essay competition - four months in France - and Alice has a good chance of winning. Megan loves writing essays, but she doesn't want to win - go away for four months alone, no way! She doesn't want Alice to go either - why would anyone want to go abroad without her best friend? But Alice seems determined to win ...How much should you give up for your best friend? The seventh book in Judi Curtin's bestselling series. Why not check out Alice and Megan's new website, for everything you always wanted to know about, Alice and Megan, Ireland's favourite best friends!
'Readers of 8+ will love Judi Curtin's new book Alice to the Rescue, a deftly handled tale about two best friends that oozes charm' -- Irish Independent 'a perfectly heartfelt story that all pre-teen and teenage girls can relate to' -- CBI Bookfest Guide 2009 'a touching story about the ways friendship can fix even the most seemingly difficult problems' -- CBI Bookfest Guide 2009 'Tween girls are well served this Christmas with Alice to the Rescue by Judi Curtin' -- Irish Independent 'Always charming, sometimes laugh-out-loud funny, this book about two best friends is a treat' -- Irish Independent
Judi Curtin is the best-selling author of the 'Alice and Megan' series. She is also the author of the smash-hit Eva series: Eva's Journey, Eva's Holiday and Leave it to Eva. With Roisin Meaney she has written See If I Care. Judi has also written three novels, Sorry, Walter, From Claire to Here and Almost Perfect.