Beads, Boys and Bangles

Beads Boys and Bangles Kr he schwebt im Designerhimmel Nonie wird von einem umwerfenden Jungen umschw rmt und Jenny spielt die Hauptrolle in einem Theaterst ck Nur Edie steckt in der Klemme auf ihrer Website tauchen unglau

  • Title: Beads, Boys and Bangles
  • Author: Sophia Bennett
  • ISBN: 9781906427436
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kr he schwebt im Designerhimmel, Nonie wird von einem umwerfenden Jungen umschw rmt und Jenny spielt die Hauptrolle in einem Theaterst ck Nur Edie steckt in der Klemme auf ihrer Website tauchen unglaubliche Anschuldigungen auf Kr hes Kollektion soll durch Kinderarbeit hergestellt worden sein Nat rlich streitet das Label Miss Teen, das Kr hes Mode produzieren l sst, diKr he schwebt im Designerhimmel, Nonie wird von einem umwerfenden Jungen umschw rmt und Jenny spielt die Hauptrolle in einem Theaterst ck Nur Edie steckt in der Klemme auf ihrer Website tauchen unglaubliche Anschuldigungen auf Kr hes Kollektion soll durch Kinderarbeit hergestellt worden sein Nat rlich streitet das Label Miss Teen, das Kr hes Mode produzieren l sst, die Vorw rfe ab Doch Nonie, Edie und Kr he wollen der Sache auf den Grund gehen Sie fliegen kurzerhand selbst nach Indien Und dort machen sie eine unglaubliche Entdeckung
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    • Khushi Singh says:

      More compassionate, more humanitarian, more fashionable, more romantic-carries on the legacy of "Threads"! It's just the perfect teenage drama!

    • may says:

      'Beads, Boys & Bangles' is set in two places, initially London (where the first Threads story is set) and then Mumbai in India. These two settings are very different and I like this because it feels as if the reader is going on a journey too, experiencing the diversity of the fashion industry first hand. The characters in this second book are all two years older and it is clear that Crow has grown up a lot. Jenny is an a play that ends up in the West End and there's a lot of drama surroundin [...]

    • Rebecca says:

      This book was a great follow-up to Threads. It wasn't one of those awful sequels, it was brilliant! It was another great page-turner from Sophia Bennett - I couldn't put it down. Well, sometimes I did have to but I didn't want to.Beads, Boys and Bangles made me laugh so much and it had some unexpected twists and turns. The descriptions of all the amazing clothes were fantastic, I could see them all in my mind and I wanted everything.I also like the ethical side of it too. I learnt about all thes [...]

    • Abby Johnson says:

      Aw, this book was just delightful fun. I liked the first book in the Threads series that I just couldn't wait for the second and third books to be released in the US and I bought them from Book Depository. This series is Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants meets Project Runway as four best friends continue their fashion escapades in London. From dating gorgeous superstar boys to traveling the world in search of the truth behind Miss Teen's reported ethical clothing factories, Nonie, Edie, Jenny, a [...]

    • Pratiti Majumder says:

      SO very amazing, and I have started loving everything bout fashion as I read through the thread series

    • Jule says:

      Eigentlich läuft alles super: Krähes Kollektion geht weg, wie die sprichwörtlichen warmen Semmeln, Nonie trifft sich mit einem gutaussehendem Typen, Jenny spielt die Hauptrolle in einem extra für sie geschriebenen Theaterstück und Edie ist mit ihrer Website sehr erfolgreich. Bis eines Tages auf eben dieser schwere Anschuldigungen auftauchen: Krähes Kollektion soll durch indische Kinder in Kinderarbeit hergestellt worden sein! Obwohl das Label Miss Teen behauptet, dass an den Anschuldigunge [...]

    • Cliona says:

      I was so happy to find this in my Santa Sack on Christmas morning, because I've wanted this book for ages (well, 2 months, but still!). It's the follow-up to Threads which is my favourite book not-in-a-series ever! So you can probably imagine my excitement when I opened it!Beads, Boys and Bangles is again narrated by the eccentric, fashion-mad , 15-year-old Nonie. Nonie likes to stand out from the crowd and gets most of her clothes in charity shops, or else she makes them herself. She's that gir [...]

    • Carly says:

      Threads was one of the first books I ever reviewed (I think it was the first ARC I ever got sent) and I absolutely fell in love with everything about it. Without a doubt, Threads is one of my favourite YA series and each installment manages to be even better than the last.Beads, Boys and Bangles picks up shortly after where Threads left off and, even though it had been six months or so since I read Threads, I was instantly back in Nonie and co's world and very, very happy to be there. Sophia Ben [...]

    • Blablabla Aleatório says:

      Crow, a criança invisível do primeiro livro, é uma sumidade no mundo da moda. Sua nova coleção, lançada pela Miss Teen é um sucesso. Mas, algo aparece para embaçar esse brilho. No site de Eddie começam a chover denúncias sobre a produção das roupas da coleção da Crow. A acusação? Fábricas indianas fazem com que crianças trabalhem até 16 horas por dia (sem intervalo) na fabricação das roupas. Andy Elat, o dono da Miss Teen, por outro lado, fornece relatórios que desmentem es [...]

    • Hacedores Desierto says:

      Volvemos a encontrarnos con las protagonistas de Hilos, una vez terminada su primera aventura. Ahora, serán conscientes de lo absolutamente malvada que es la sociedad capitalista y la búsqueda de precios de producción realmente competitivos. Y es que si por algo se caracteriza este libro es por la visión tan clara que da de ciertos aspectos de la sociedad y de la producción. Sin embargo, el verdadero motivo para leerlo debería ser que los personajes os gustaran en el primer libro, porque l [...]

    • Sara says:

      O MEIN GOTT! Ich dachte echt nicht, dass es besser werden konnte, aber das ist es! Das ist absolut kein typisches Mädchenbuch, wenn ich könnte, würde ich es jedem an den Kopf schmeißen. Die Geschichte wird nach dem ersten Band sogar noch besser und es ist so toll, Krähe, Nonnie, Eddie und Jenny ein bisschen älter wieder auf einem kleinen Modeabenteuer begleiten zu dürfen und mal wieder die Schattenseiten der Modewelt zu sehen.Wenn euch der erste Band gefallen hat, dann werdet ihr diesen B [...]

    • Lowenna says:

      I loved this book!!!!! India- so many different things to discover and this book is great. The girls are up to some brilliant stuff; visiting the Taj Mahal, falling in love and realising their true potential.But Edie is in trouble. Crow is being accused of using slave children in India to make her clothes and people are having a go at Edie.To find out what happens, pick up one in your local bookshop.Witty, full of fun and knowledge.

    • Heather says:

      I found the first part of this book very slow, but once Nonie, Crow, Edie and Jenny arrived in Mumbai, India, the pace picked up and the story became far more interesting, and quite educational at times. The four girls, especially Nonie, were all likeable characters, and teenagers who enjoy novels dealing with friendship groups and fashion will enjoy "Beads, Boys and Bangles."

    • Eesha says:

      It was a great light read, full of fluff but thats what I wanted. I liked how this booked focused on Nonie more, and it makes it really interesting and more realistic how Sophia talks about school and exams. I enjoyed this a lot, if you want something light and fashionable, read it!

    • Natasha says:

      It wasn't quite as good as the first book, but I really want to visit the Taj Mahal now!

    • Iffath says:

      reread 23/09/12

    • Talli Roland says:

      A very enjoyable read: London, Paris, fashion fantastic.

    • Writingthefuture says:

      Amazing! Can't wait to read the next one.

    • Giselle says:

      Fofo! A autora trata de temas bem sérios de uma maneira leve, mas o suficiente para que nos faça pensar sobre o assunto.

    • Caroline Boutcher says:

      love it!!

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