Four short stories about a girl and her twin brother who has ADHD, who are always getting into double trouble…

Can Cally and her twin, Jimmy, be trusted to walk home alone for the first time? Will there be mayhem at the movies? And what could possibly go wrong when they go to work at Dad’s office or camp out in the forest on a school residential trip? Plus, there’s a new girl at school who’s not quite as perfect as she might at first seem...

'Warm-hearted, touching stories, full of fun but with a subtle message' Jacqueline Wilson

'They're a hoot!' Ross Montgomery


Zoe Antoniades was born in West London to Greek Cypriot parents. She graduated from the University of Hull with a degree in English and Drama and trained as a teacher at the Institute of Education. She has taught maths, English and the arts and worked on a wide range of creative projects in partnership with the Southbank Centre, the Royal Albert Hall, the Young Vic and the Polka Theatre. She also writes collaboratively with young people and has published four anthologies of short stories. Her memoir, Tea and Baklavas, won the Winchester Writers’ Festival Memoir Prize.

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