Children's Laureate 2001-2003
Carnegie Medal 1989, 1992
Whitbread Award 1993, 1996
Guardian Fiction Award 1990
Rosie loves everything about parties: balloons, presents, games, birthday cake, goody bags!
So she is disappointed when some of her classmates announce that they have outgrown parties and would rather go to the cinema or bowling. Rosie decides to set up the Party Club and remind everyone of how much fun they'll be missing out on.
But it's harder than she thought, particularly when even her parents don't seem to like birthday parties much.
From the author of Bill's New Frock comes a humorous and sensitive story about growing up and feeling like the odd one out.
It is a book for younger children by Anne Fine, with illustrations by Arthur Robins. It was published by Walker Books on 5th February 2015 (ISBN: 978-1-4063-5312-9)