Lucy Locket: Online Disaster

3.91 based on 16 ratings & 4 reviews on Goodreads.com

NEWSFLASH . . . VLOGGING IS GO!

It's bad enough having to move house, school and country all at the same time, without making a fool of yourself on the first day of term. But that's just what Lucy's done - and one of her classmates has videoed the whole thing and put it online!

Lucy's so stressed, her stammer's become worse than ever. So when a friend encourages her to create her own videos, she thinks it's a terrible idea - surely she's embarrassed herself enough for one lifetime!

But when Lucy finally gives vlogging a try, she's amazed to find that people actually want to watch . . .

Includes tips for making your own vlogs!

The book sends out a really positive message that social networking can be a powerful force for good when it's supported by a healthy dose of interaction in the real world.
Sugarscape
an inspirational and heartwarming story and plenty of giggles and gossip, this is pitch-perfect fiction for the new digital generation
Lancashire Evening Post
Funny and inspirational story about the world of vlogging
The Bookseller

About Emma Moss

Emma Moss loves books, cats and YouTube. In that order - though it's a close call. She is the author of the Girls Can Vlog series, which begins with Lucy Locket: Online Disaster.

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