School is out for the summer and Bella is off to St Vincent and the Grenadines with her mum Isabel, Granny Sylta, Iris, and Tommy.
This is not just any holiday, because Bella and Iris are going to be bridesmaids at Clara’s wedding, her mum’s best friend.
When Bella and the rest of the family arrive at Clara’s plush villa in Cane Garden, she and Iris have the opportunity to view their dresses before the big day. The dresses are locked up in a wardrobe that is so old not only does it take ten minutes to open, but you can barely turn the lock.
But after a minor distraction, they miss the chance to view their dresses. Bella and Iris must now wait another week before they can see them. Feeling incredibly impatient, Bella sneaks the wardrobe key to finally have a peek at the dresses.
But when a ball sails over the garden wall, the unexpected happens and one silly mistake changes everything and her Big Caribbean Adventure turns into something she could never have imagined.
Bella’s Big Caribbean Adventure is a story about the importance of patience, teamwork and never giving up.
Tags: children’s books, ages 7 – 11
- Format: ebook, paperback
- Size: 156 pages
- Publisher: Books and Authors Publishing UK
- Publication Date: 02 August 2021
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Annabelle is ten years old and lives in London. She enjoys playing with her brother, vlogging about books she’s read, and places she’s visited on her Annabelle Presents YouTube platform.
She likes to bake cookies and especially Caribbean coconut fried bakes which are her favourites. Her favourite authors are Alesha Dixon, Serena Patel, Jaqueline Wilson, David Walliams, and Ben Miller. She also likes reading magazines; she is a subscriber of First News For Kids.
Anne lives in London and is a mum of two. She studied graphic design at the University of Arts London. Before deciding to write fiction, she worked in the city of London as an I.T. administrator. Anne also writes women’s fiction and has written a three-part series. She is currently writing a 12-part short story series due for release in January 2022.
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