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Fiction - Children's - ISBN: 0385606079, 0552556122, 0440865808

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“Diamond Girls”

published 03/03/2014

ProEasy to read, yet still covers some more serious i...

ConsToo similar to other books in places

The Diamond Girls was published in 2004. Written by Jacqueline Wilson and illustrated by Nick Sharatt, it has a RRP £10.99. The Diamond Girls gets its title from the name of the family the story is about. The book is written in the first person through as Dexie Diamond. Dexie lives with her 3...

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“Not a Cubic Zircionia”

published 02/02/2005

ProEasy to read

ConsWant to find out what happens next

‘You’re all my favourite Diamond girls,’ said Mum. ‘Little sparkling gems the lot of you…’ Dixie Diamond is the youngest of four sisters living with their mum on a rundown council estate. Mum is expecting again and this time she has foreseen in the stars that she is going to give her daughters a...

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Excellent

Progood storyline

Consnot for small children

The Diamond Girls - Jacqueline Wilson I bought this book for my niece who came to stay for a weeks holiday and it cost me 99p out of the charity shop but you cvan buy it on Ebay from 99p or on Amazon from £1.25 upwards. It's been years since I bought a book for a young girl as when I was little...

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Excellent

Proa gripping based on real life story

Consnone

Three daughters that ends up being four daughters at the end. one post natal depressioned astronomy mad mum, one dump of a new house on a council estate from their old lovely flat, one upset oldest daughter who runs away back to the old flat to be with her boyfriend, one tough girl who beats up...

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Excellent

ProIt's realistic and has great characters

ConsGripping

***JACQUELINE WILSON*** Jacqueline Wilson was born in Bath in 1945. Her books are typically realistic about modern British children facing problems in their every-day lives, and one of her most famous books is Tracy Beaker which has been made into a TV series on CBBC. Over 20 million copies of...

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“Is that girl a boy???”

published 07/02/2005

ProGood storyline

Consexpensive as only available in hardback

INTRO This book is one of many by jacquelyn Wilson. Its only average for her but all her books are very high standard so its hard to follow! As there is 228 pages you may think it takes quite a while to read but after you get into the story its quite compelling and you do want to find out what...

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Progreat story ... good characters

Consnothing really

lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll this is what the book is about ,, basicly ,, Dixie is the youngest of the Diamond family. She and her sisters, dreamy Martine, glamorous Rochelle and tough Jude, could...

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“DiamondGirls”

published 07/06/2007

ProGood read

ConsSome words hard to understand!

This book is amazing! I loved it when I first read it, now I can't help but read it over and over. I never get bored of it! I have kept my book in mint condition because I think one day it may become quite expensive. Good value and helps young girls to realise the values of having no dad and your...

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“Diamond Girls”

published 08/12/2007

ProSuch a good book

Conswont be able to put it down !

There are four diamond girls there not exactly rich or famous or have a good home. But they are caring and a close family through good and bad. As they face the difficulty of moving house that they think will be better for them and the new baby's they get there they realise the picture they were...

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Excellent

published 20/09/2007

i really enjoyed this book but think it was a bit rude because wen dixie looked inside the nappy they sed a bit of a rude word girls dont really wanna here dat. but thats just my opinion! thnx bi im 12 ifrah

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