Clara's highly cherished rule, Avoid Trouble, is in jeopardy. Her trouble Spider-man-like sense is going crazy.
It's not Reggie – He's happy and chatty. It's Bella – She's overheard a plan to 'shake the class up', and is now dragging Clara along on her mission to stop the school bullies from ruining the afternoon's science lesson. This all sounds like serious trouble.
No good has ever come from getting into trouble – or has it?
Join Clara as a mysterious grey smoke shrinks her, she gets mistaken for a mouse, nearly trodden on, knocked over by a stray football and enters a hamster's cage on a rescue mission.
Clara, Bella and Reggie are back on another mission. But in this sequel to Rule No.1: Avoid Trouble, Clara has another rule. An important and much needed crucial rule.
Rule Number Two: No Questions.
And it must not be broken.
‘Do you have any questions?’
No! It’s a trick. It’s ALWAYS a trick.
Then again, the two class bullies are strangely smiling and the new head teacher is acting very suspicious…
Why are Clara, Bella and Reggie being spied on?
Why are there people with clipboards looking round the school?
Why is the whole school going on a trip to a cutting-edge environmental company?
And why have Clara and Bella left Reggie staring at a plant that can turn you invisible?
Perhaps Clara should ask questions. Except, no good has ever come from asking questions.
"This book entertains young and old. I was giggling the whole way through!"
Ciara (teacher KS2)
"I recently read this book with my 6 and 7 year old daughters and we all thoroughly enjoyed it. Each chapter ended with us wanting to quickly start the next, and carry on with the adventure. I definitely recommend this book."
"I read this book to my 7 year old and my 9 year old read it herself. We all really enjoyed this book. Lots of excitement and giggles to be had. Delightful to read as a parent. I really enjoyed Clara's character, battling through her day as it goes from bad to worse."
"This one is even better, so much fun to read and follow the characters on their journey, full of adventure and excitement with lots of giggling moments."
Jasper (age 8)
"My 8yr old really enjoyed the book. In her words, she said: I couldn’t put the book down, I liked it so much. The start really gets you into the book. It made me laugh as it was really funny."
"Couldn't wait to get our copy of this second book (in what we hope will be a series), and it didn't disappoint. Easy to read, the familiarity of these lovable characters takes you straight back and sets you up for a cracking story. Read with my 10 year old son, think would be suitable for 7 to 11 year olds at least.
Its set at a junior school. Great fun book."