Si può piangere per migliaia di motivi - per la morte del proprio criceto, come succede a Magda. o per un amore virtuale conosciuto in chat, come capita a Nadine - e puoi piangere anche solo per la felicità o per l'imbarazzo, o magari perché le tue migliori amiche ti chiamano "grassa"... Ma se, come Ellie, stai per essere doppiamente tradita nel più meschino dei modi dalle due persone di cui più ti fidi al mondo, allora si aprono le cascate del Niagara, e le lacrime non sembrano mai abbastanza. Le inseparabili Tre Ragazze Tre questa volta corrono il serio rischio di diventare separabili... Riusciranno a mantenere salda e incrollabile la loro amicizia che sembra ormai a rischio? Età di lettura: da 11 anni.
- ISBN: 8884513480
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 184
- Data di uscita: 27-01-2005
1.5 stars. This has not aged well. When this first came out in 2002, I was 16 years old and already considered myself ‘too old’ to read Jacqueline Wilson anymore - and if this writing is anything to go by, I certainly was. It feels very juvenile, verging on condescending, for a novel aimed at 14-15 Leggi tutto
Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge , based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. What an utter load of tripe. Adheres to all the stereotypes of teenaged girls without saying anything about it. Fucking fuck. Full review to follow. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest | Shop | Etsy Leggi tutto
actually 0 stars for the ending. i hated it so very much. russell is sex crazed, disgusting, jealous and rude and she's still thinking about getting back together with him? what kind of message is that? ugh i certainly don't remember this series to end in such a horrible way. i'm so disappointed, Ja Leggi tutto
I loved this book. It really explained how Teenage girls feel. And all their problems! I think its a really good way to explain to young girls that good looking and having a boy friend isn't everything! I also like how Jacqueline Wilson put down the feelings of Isabelle and how she thinks her life is Leggi tutto
Review Preface: I'm the MOM who got suspicious when the 11 year old started hiding this book. Here's Mom's review: This is trash, it has ZERO literary value. It bundles an amazing number of "WORSTS" for middle school and high school girls into a very small book written in 5th grade language. This book Leggi tutto
I loved the original Girls trilogy and read them over and over. This fourth installment came out a couple of years later and I don't remember ever reading it -- I think I'd moved on by then. But as I've been re-reading the Girls books, I have included this one. I'm not sure if it's ennui at reading
Wilson is great at making realistic characters that you can quickly come to term with, giving realistic reactions to events. Her books are great at getting children to really think about actions and their consequences, really opening the eyes of children to the world. Some of her books are sensitive Leggi tutto
*re-read* One of my favourite series in my younger teen years, and still a great comfort read to me today! This series is very close to my heart, and is relatable for all girls out there. it deals with lots of common issues many girls face in their teen years, and handles them in a funny, loving, hea Leggi tutto
3 Stars (that’s being kind – if I read this now It might get about 1.5-2) This was my first EVER hardback book! THIS BOOK ISN'T A KIDS BOOK (every child is different and has a different level of maturity but if you are giving this to a child - I advise having a read first yourslef or reading a few re Leggi tutto
When I was younger, I read all of Jacqueline's books and all books of this series were my favorite ones! As I got older though, I didn't appreciate her books as much but I still love the creativity and thought behind each one of them and I will remember them as a big part of my childhood. Because th Leggi tutto
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