"Funny, free, and utterly imaginative, Jodi Lynn Anderson's writing is packed with loveliness. Peaches is a sweet and delicious read." - Ann Brashares, author or 'Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants'.
More juicy than fine, more sexy than delicate, Murphy's good fun - but she's no angel.
At school, Leeda is treated like a queen. She's loved by just about everyone - except her mum.
Living in an orchard and being homeschooled, Birdie has the social prowess of the Hunchback of Notre Dame.
It's the summer holidays and three girls meet picking peaches - but they REALLY don't get on; Murphy's too cool, Leeda's too posh and Birdie's so shy she can't even speak to guys, especially good-looking ones. Then when Leeda's boyfriend Rex turns up and Enrico the Mexican takes a shine to Birdie, the girls find plenty to talk about - and their summer really starts to hot up...