When twins Chris and Rosie set off for their first day at Jackson Juniors, they hatch a brilliant plan: Chris will pretend that he can't speak and Rosie that she can't hear. The plan doesn't seem quite so brilliant, though, when Rosie finds herself separated from Chris and in a special unit for pupils who are hard of hearing. But it's there that she makes her first new friend, Harrie, a girl with a surprising skill - she's a star footballer. Vivian French's books include "Caterpillar Caterpillar" (shortlisted for the 1993 Emil/Kurt Maschler Award), "Princess Primrose", "Why the Sea is Salt", "One Ballerina Two", "It's a Go to the Park Day", "Tottie Pig's Noisy Christmas", "Tottie Pig's Special Birthday", "Tillie McGillie's Fantastical Chair", "May Poggs and the Sunshine", "Under the Moon" and "Zenobia and Mouse".
Used availability for Vivian French's Jackson's Juniors
May 1993 : UK Hardback
March 1994 : UK Paperback