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Emerald Star - Jacqueline Wilson

Advantages: Good characters and story
Disadvantages: I wish I'd read the others first now

Emerald Star by Jacqueline Wilson was published in 2012. It is illustrated by Nick Sharatt, has a RRP of £12.99 and the paperback edition is 419 pages long. ISBN 978-0-857-52106-3 This book is the third book around the main character Hetty Feather. The ...

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Skinned - It didn't leave me skinned of happiness.

Advantages: Realistic characters, interesting plot idea.
Disadvantages: Dragged on slightly in the middle, some loose ends concerning storylines.

Written by Robin Wasserman 361 pages. Can be bought new and used for £6+ on Ebay.co.uk and new for £5.23 on Amazon.co.uk. Lia Kahn, a beautiful but shallow girl, dies in a car accident. She wakes up though and discovers her brain has been copied and ...

Mistybrook 04.11.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Skinned - Robin Wasserman

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Wilson tries 'gothic' but loses the element of surprise

Advantages: realistic, mildly enjoyable
Disadvantages: predictable, dramatic event too sudden and unresolved

This is the first Jacqueline Wilson book I have tried reading (as part of shadowing the ‘Berkshire Book Award’ and I have to admit that it was better than I’d anticipated. Wilson is famous for writing amazingly popular stories for young children, around 1 ...

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Review of My Sister Jodie - Jacqueline Wilson

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My Sister Jodie - saddening from my point of view.

Advantages: It sends you a message to say to appreciate life, especially with siblings like Pearl and Jodie.
Disadvantages: People are used to Jacqueline Wilson's books having a happy ending, so they may dislike the book.

In my opinion, I feel as if the book "My Sister Jodie" is a different emotional feeling from other age groups. For example, I am 14, and a younger sister, with a 17 year old older sister, so it's the same age gap. I really think that this book lets of ...

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Good read

Advantages: For all the family to read
Disadvantages: NA

A young girl called Pearl is a small person for her age, she has no body structure to her and she is shy and quiet and to herself,she likes to keep herself occupied by making up stories.she has an older sister called Jodie and she is everything that Pearl ...

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