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Sue Limb

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Sue Limb’s writing career started in London around 1980, with various assignments for magazines and newspapers, and her first radio work, Big and Little, which won a Sony Award for Best Children’s Programme.

Her children’s books include Big and Little, China Lee, Me Jane, Big Trouble, and Mr Loopy and Mrs Snoopy. Come Back, Grandma is published by Random House UK and was shortlisted for the Smarties Prize. The author lives in England.

From the Hardcover edition.

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Girl, 15, Charming but Insane

By: Sue Limb

Life was tragic enough before this spring started. With a distinct lack of boobage and an arse so big that birds of prey could nest within its shadows, Jess Jordan is saddled with the Goddess Flora for a best friend, a Britney...

Girl, Barely 15: Flirting for England

By: Sue Limb

Jess Jordan is barely 15. Fred is her often-aggravating best guy friend; her father is a lonely bachelor; Flora is her gorgeous best friend, a constant liability; and Ben Jones is barely a twinkle in her eye. Into...

Girl, Going on 17: Pants on Fire

By: Sue Limb

It's never fun when a great summer comes to an end.

Particularly when one argues with one’s adorable, but grossly insensitive, boyfriend the night before school starts. It’s such a terrible fight,...

Girl, (Nearly) 16: Absolute Torture

By: Sue Limb

Just when things were going so well.

Jess had the perfect summer planned: She and Fred, lounging in the park, gazing into one another’s eyes and engaging in witty repartee. It was going to be so romantic....

Zoe and Chloe on the Prowl

By: Sue Limb

“Not go??” cried Chloe. “Not go to the Earthquake Ball?? What about all those poor, homeless earthquake victims? Think of the music! The fights! The jealousy! The broken hearts.”


Gloomsbury: Series 4

By: Sue Limb
Read by: Alison Steadman, John Sessions, Jonathan Coy, Miriam Margolyes Morewenna Banks, and Nigel Planer

Miriam Margolyes and Alison Steadman star in a further BBC Radio 4 series of Sue Limb's wickedly funny parody of the Bloomsbury Group. A sparkling cast breathes riotous life into the dreadfully droll cast...