It's been a year since the LBD (a.k.a Les Bambinos Dangereuses) saved Blackwell school with their brilliant music festival featuring rock-god Spike Saunders. Now Ronnie, Fleur, and Claude have zero plans for their summer break. Plus, Ronnie and her skater-punk boyfriend Jimi Steele are on the rocks. But just when things look bleakest, salvation comes in the form of four tickets from Spike to Astlebury-the biggest rock festival ever. Soon enough, the LBD are on their way for a weekend of crowd surfing, festival chic, awesome music, and about a million totally lush festival lads. In other words, the natural environment for the LBD!
Packed with the same humor and joie de vivre that made LBD: It's a Girl Thing an international success, LBD: Live and Fabulous! is a sassy, classy romp sure to win the LBD a whole new legion of fans.
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Sweetheart Ronnie, vixen Fleur and brainy Claudette, a.k.a. "Les Bambinos Dangereuses" are back on the scene in LBD: Live & Fabulous. In this rollicking sequel, the "feisty, foxy, fighting force" finally makes it to the infamous Astlebury summer music festival, as the special guests of their favorite rock star, Spike Saunders. Unfortunately for the girls, nothing can ever just go as planned. First, they are forced by Fleur’s stern daddy to bring Fleur’s hippy-dippy sister Daphne along as chaperone. Next, they discover their arch nemesis, the evil Panama Goodyear and her "snooty ghoulish gang" have also scored Astlebury tickets. But the final straw comes when Ronnie and Claudette lose their beloved third bambino after Fleur crowd-surfs into a particularly nasty mosh pit and disappears. Will the girls have to call the "totally zingy" festival quits in order to assemble an emergency search squad? Or will the bodacious blonde Fleur come out on top as usual, bringing her marvelous girl gang along? Fans of the LBD are sure to bet on the latter. LBD: Live & Fabulous is teenage escapist reading on a grand scale, where every cool thing you ever wished happened to you and your two best girlfriends, happens. There’s no ground here that British "chick lit" authors Louise Rennison and Jacqueline Wilson haven’t already covered. But it’s mighty entertaining, nevertheless. (Ages 12 and up) --Jennifer HubertAbout the Author:
Grace Dent went to her first big music festival at thirteen, and never forgot it. A regular contributor to British teen magazines, she lives in London.
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