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Be the first. The books revolve around five young girls who are part of a club in which they sleepover at each other's houses at least once a week.
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The television series do not portray the same stories as the books with the possible exception of the first episode which loosely resembled the story where the girls try and set up their 'Brown Owl' with their school care-taker. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Did you see how I went straight from those cartwheels into a walkover-handstand combo?
Sleepover Girls Go Gymtastic! (The Sleepover Club, Book 47) by Fiona Cummings - Read Online
Wicked or what? You know, all petite and bendy. And Lyndz, hmm — what can I say? And me? In fact I used to go to a gymnastics club, but Mum said I had to pack it in because I never had time to do my homework. Oh no. Those yucky, pukey, stupid tests that some cruel person devised as a form of torture for us poor children.
We go in there, do our stuff and come out again.
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This time it all went badly wrong. So you want to know how gymnastics came to be muddled up with SATs, do you? We went over and over and over fractions and reading comprehension at school. It was enough to make a girl reach for a jumbo-sized bag of Maltesers, I know that much. I went into the lounge and the local news was blaring out of the TV — yuckarama!
Sleepover Girls Go Splash! (The Sleepover Club, Book 38)
That was so not what I needed to chill out with after all my hard work. But Mum and Dad were engrossed in it as usual so there was no way that I could turn it over to The Simpsons. Mum looked shocked and pretended to faint. No way! I mumbled. Who wants to see all that boring stuff?