[My Sister Jodie] Kindle õ Jacqueline Wilson


Pearl is small for her age She s tiny flat chested uiet and studious She likes making up stories She does what her parents tell her and she s in awe of her big sister Jodie Jodie is everything that Pearl is not She s self confident she s outspoken and she s not afraid of being in trouble And in trouble Jodie often is She s got in with a bad crowd at school she bunks off she snogs boys she s even come home drunk For Jodie s mother it s all too much She came

From A Neglectful Home And 
a neglectful home and s done everything she She came from a neglectful home and she s done everything she to give her girls a better start in life From Jodie s behaviour however it seems as though it hasn t been enough Something Must Be Done And so Pearl s family ups sticks and move to the countryside Her parents have found jobs at a posh private school Her mother s the cook and her father s the caretaker As part of the package Pearl and Jodie will receive a private education their parents could never otherwise afford Far from turning Jodie around though it seems to make her worse Pearl thrives she finds friends and she loves the lessons Jodie simply rebels She simply doesn t fit in I could read Jacueline Wilson s simple direct emotionally honest itchen sink dramas all day It matters not a jot that they re intended for readers thirty years my junior They re just so truthful and open The observation is always wonderful and there are immediately recognisable vignettes of contemporary family life on page after page Deep feelings are never far from the surface Wilson s heroines run through the gamut of childhood emotions and it is this genuine engagement with the audience that has gathered her such an enormous fanbase Here in My Sister Jodie we are looking at the special relationship between sisters Pearl hero worships Jodie and yet for all the adulation it s probably Pearl who sees her sister most clearly Because of course Jodie s brashness and cheek is all a front disguising deep insecurity and an even deeper level of sibling rivalry of which she is ashamed We re also looking at the way in which teen parent relationships can disintegrate to a state in which the protagonists talk at each other never. Pearl and Jodie are sisters Pearl is the younger one small shy and anxious Jodie is nearly three years older bold and brash and bad and Pearl adores her When their parents get new jobs at Melchester College a Victorian Gothic mansion the girls spend a bizarre summer holiday in the bo. ,
My Sister Jodie

Jacqueline Wilson Ø 7 free read

And constantly watched the libraries wil section for new books I absolutely loved this book though the ending made me tear up a tiny bit just a little bit though My sister jodie is told through the eyes of her adoring younger #Sister Pearl Jodie Is Sparky And Vibran #pearl Jodie is sparky and vibran sister Jodie was one of the first jacueline Wilson books i read I found it in My sister Jodie was one of the first jacueline Wilson books i read I found it in library at school I thought it would be boring but it was really good Even sad I cried at the end of the book i can see why this book traumatised 10 year old me I loved it when I was a Arabian Challenge kid When I read this book I thought that it was going to have a normal ending like any other book like a happy ever after ending but believe me this will be a shocker to you It was one of my favourite books I think that this was one of Jacueline Wilson s greatest book I don t read any of her books now but I read a couple when I was aid This book was an excellent book It wasn t just me that was obsessed with Jacueline Wilson was itWhat a book I will never forget reading this book it was so emotional and heart breaking Honestly I feel even if I re read this over and over I would cry over and over feel even if I re read this over and over I would cry over and over This books main plot is around bullying and I was reading this at a time I was also getting bullied and feeling a lot of Jodie s emotions It was this book which helped me put a stop to my bullying and get tougher as I didn t want to be Jodie If you are wanting to read this for light reading or fun reading because its a children s book DON T this is up there with some of the saddest books I have read especially if you have a past with bullying This book is about 2 completly different sisters who stand up for each other Their mum and dad got a new job at a school and Jodiewho is the eldest sister is having a rough time while Pearlwho is the younger sisteris having a fab time with all her friendsOne day a terrible thing happens to Jodie I first read this book when I was ten years old and I loved it I had always like Jacueline Wilson books but that one was my favourite I read this book from cover to cover about five times when I was younger opening up that book when I couldn T fit in with the posh teenagers in her class Pearl is blossoming Maybe she doesn't need Jodie as much as she used to But Jodie needs her And when the school celebration of Firework Night comes around and a tragic event occurs Pearl realises uite how much she does need her big sister. To each other The mother in this story is doing her best for her children but to them she seems over protective snobbish and judgemental Yet to the boarding school children sent away from home she seems like a treasure of a mother As ever Wilson s indly eye doesn t shy away from unhappiness There is A Great Crisis In This great crisis in this and its fallout causes unimaginable pain But pain is a part of life and you can t pretend it doesn t exist I love Wilson for never trying to pretend And I love her too for trying to show that there is always a path through no matter how hard things seem Highly recommended for all girls aged nine or ten to early teens i read this book when i was on holiday when i was about 12 and i loved it it is probably the most memorable book i have read i was a massive Jacueline Wilson fan when i was younger and so by the time i started to read this i had already read what seemed like hundreds of her other books what surprised me with this book and what made it stand out from the rest is that it wasn t as predictable as most of Jacueline s other books The way she writes is lighthearted with plenty of description but not in any way confusing as you continue to read through the book there are and surprises lovely characters and you feel as though you are there with them at the boarding and surprises lovely characters and you feel as though you are there with them at the boarding think i d still enjoy this book if i was a grandmother it s suitable for any age and for me it is one of them books you never forget Buddy read with my Beast aka the 9 year old daughterArgh let me tell you that my daughters reaction to the end of this book had me crying along with her It upset her so muchAs an adult I had a lot of issues with the message that my daughter ended up taking away from this view spoilerEven though she lost her sister tragically it was okay because her Mum was having another baby She took that the way I would have that she had been replaced Some may say it was her sister reincarnated but for the age this is aimed at I think that s a bit above their heads hide spoiler I was instantly attracted to the book My Sister Jodie because i was a great fan of Jacueline Wilson at the time. Arding school with just a few leftover children for company Things start to change now they are in their new home Jodie has always been the leader but now it's Pearl who's making new friends When term begins their strange summer is over But things eep on changing Jodie really doesn'.
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    [My Sister Jodie] Kindle õ Jacqueline Wilson I first read this book when I was ten years old and I loved it I had always like Jacueline Wilson books but that one was my favourite I read this book from cover to cover about five times when I was younger opening up that book when I couldn'

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    [My Sister Jodie] Kindle õ Jacqueline Wilson I loved it when I was a kid When I read this book I thought that it was going to have a normal ending like any other book like a happy ever after ending but believe me this will be a shocker to you It was one of my favourite books I think that this was one of Jacueline Wilson's greatest book I don't read any of her books now but

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    [My Sister Jodie] Kindle õ Jacqueline Wilson Jacqueline Wilson Ø 7 free read Buddy read with my Beast aka the 9 year old daughterArgh let me tell you that my daughters reaction to the end of this book had me crying along with her It upset her so muchAs an adult I had a lot of issues with the message that my daughter ended up taking away from this view spoilerEven though she lost her sister tragically it was okay because her Mum was having another baby She took that the way I would have that she had been replaced

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