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by Louise Rennison

  • ISBN: 0060759615
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: Louise Rennison
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperTeen (May 24, 2005)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1470 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1745 kb
  • Other: mbr docx azw txt
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 380


Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants. Confessions of Georgia Nicolson. Other Books by Georgia Nicolson.

Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants. Once again, this work of geniosity is dedicated to my lovely family (whom I lobe very much) and my beyond marvy mates. Much love and thanks to the the fabulous. Clare (the Empress) and to Gillon, as always. And with lots of love to my new family in Hamburger-a-gogo land and the HarperCollins crew. Especial thanks to Alix Reid and Tara and the very talented design and marketing types who have made me the HUGE (but charmingly modest) person I am today. has been added to your Cart. Louise Rennison was a British comedian and the internationally bestselling and award-winning author of the angst-filled Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series as well as the Misadventures of Tallulah Casey series.

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I freaking love this series. Another laugh-out-loud book from the Georgia Nicolson series by Louise Rennison, Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants! follows Georgia as she balances being the girlfriend of a pop-star sex god and maintaining a purely platonic relationship with Dave the Laugh, who's now dating her friend Ellen. In this book, Georgia and her friends take a class trip to Paris with gorgeous teacher Henri.

Dancing in my Nuddy-Pants! is young adult novel (a romance aimed at girls aged 13–15), by British author Louise Rennison. It is the 4th book in the Georgia Nicolson series. The book was first published in Great Britain by Piccadilly Press Ltd in 2002. The book is written in the form of a diary. It is about Georgia Nicolson (14), her friends (the Ace Gang), and her infatuation with boys (or snogging in particular)

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Sunday November 21st4:05 p.m.

Once more I am beyond the Valley of the Confused and treading lightly in the Universe of the Huge Red Bottom. What is the matter with me? I love the Sex God and he is my only one and only, but try telling that to my lips. Dave the laugh only has to say "you owe me a snog" and they start puckering up. Well, they can go out on their own in the future.


Berenn Berenn
this book is definitely not just for children. I am 22 years old and I loved this book. just like the others in the series, this book has a way of taking you back to when you were 14 or 15. It just amazes me how many of the issues that are talked about in this book, I remember having when I was in school. Everything from boyfriend troubles to teachers that you swear hate you. Its an easy and funny read. This book will keep you laughing and begging for more till the very last page. also a great book for teens who might be going through some of the problems that Georgia is facing. sometimes it helps to read about what your going through. The glossary in the back is also very amusing and helpful. I can not wait to finish reading the rest of the books in the series. i recommend this book to people of all ages. whether you are 15 and cant decide what boy you like better, or you are 99 and want to remember the good old days, and of course all ages in between.
Little Devil Little Devil
It's edgy. Would not recommend for pre-teens. I was concerned it would get too salacious. It's amazing she does as well as she does with such little coaching from her parents. I often laugh out loud to the surprise of all around me in waiting rooms. ...If that is where I'm reading it. It is great for teenagers, young adults, or adults that need to read and don't want to. But only if they have a sense of humor.
GawelleN GawelleN
I find myself shaking my head and laughing at some of the things. I'm reading this series with my teenage daughter and it's been hysterical, at times.
Nirad Nirad
This book is so funny and you will be forced to laugh aloud and only put it down to pick up the next installment.
jorik jorik
Great series. Great Author. Great condition.
Datrim Datrim
Could not stop laughing, always have a great time when I read this book :)!! Georgia is so crazy lol :D
Gholbirdred Gholbirdred
I read the book Dancing In My Nuddy Pants, by Louise Rennison. This book is about a girl named Georgia Nicholson. She lives in England with her mom, dad, little sister Libby, and oddly large cat named Angus. This story is about the life of a normal teenage girl living in England.

There were many good parts in this book, but if I had to choose a favorite then I'd choose the time when she tripped "Elvis" with a wheelbarrow. Once Georgia was outside of "Elvis`" hut and she decided to pull a brutally mean joke on him. She placed a wheelbarrow outside of his hut and then she went to his window and screamed frantically like something was wrong. This caused "Elvis" too run out his door and trip over the wheelbarrow that Georgia put there, but Georgia got what she deserved and was suspended for a while.

I've read many books but Dancing In My Nuddy Pants was just a book that I could not put down. If you are seeking a hilarious book that you will love then I highly suggest reading this book. Georgia taught me things that I should never do, and so things that I should do. If this sounds interesting you might also want to read the first too, and then you can get this book to resume with the tale of Georgia Nicholson. But don't be sad when it's over because there are 7 books in this series.
Fourteen-year-old Georgia lives in London. She attends an all-girls school, but doesn't take it very seriously, as she is always finding some way to mock her teachers. She has four best friends that attend the same school she does: Jas, Jools, Ellen, and Rosie. Unfortunately for Georgia, her parents are a bit on the loony side. Her mother has boobs the size of watermelons and is a stay-at-home mother, although she doesn't do: doesn't clean dishes, doesn't cook meals, doesn't care for the house. The only thing she does do is take care of Georgia's little sister, Libby. Libby is, in simplest words, a child gone wrong. She pees in any corner she wants to of Georgia's room, she hides her dirty diapers in Georgia's bed, she has food such as potatoes and beans as dolls, and she has the speech patterns and impediments of a one-year-old. As for Georgia's father, he is a business man who is very strict, uptight, and "in his own world." Georgia's cat Angus is a half Scottish, half domestic cat that is the size of a small Labrador, only insane. Every night and day he teases and taunts the next-door neighbor's two miniature poodles. He has a mysterious "lair" at the back of Georgia's closet, where he strategizes his next attack. He also has a love affair with the neighbors across the street's prize Burmese cat Naomi. They both love each other, Georgia says, but her dad and the neighbors can't stand Angus and want to get him fixed, as in the last book. He proudly still has his "trouser snake addendums"!
Georgia is still faced with her dilemma from the last book, choosing between the sex god and Dave the Laugh. The sex god, Georgia's boyfriend for a good time now, is at least four years older than her, is the lead singer in his rock band, who have a good chance of getting a contract, has great snogging skills, is absolutely gorgeous and fit, makes Georgia go "jelliod" and unable to form comprehendible sentences while with him, and is a SEX GOD, was Georgia's first choice over Dave. However, Dave is just as fit and almost as good-looking as the sex god is. But Dave has twice the humor the sex god has, if the sex god has any at all. Georgia feels like she doesn't have to worry about what she says or does around Dave because she doesn't have to worry about impressing him, like she does the sex god.
For now, Georgia has chosen the sex god, thinking she can just forget about Dave the Laugh...but she is completely wrong!
I loved this book just as much as I loved the previous three - I didn't dare put it down for fear of not knowing what happened next. I really enjoyed the British words Rennison used in the context of the book; there was a glossary at the end to define the British terms the reader didn't understand - even the definitions were hilarious!