Vita, amori, rivalità, confidenze e momenti di imbarazzo: a tredici anni, Ellie, Nadine e Magda, tre amiche per la pelle, decidono che è giunto il momento di avere un "boyfriend", bello, brutto o ideale. Accanto a loro, tre adolescenti maschi e tre diversi tipi di rapporti, di cui uno a rischio. Età di lettura: da 11 anni.
- ISBN: 8877829648
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 160
I liked this series when i was younger. Was nice to read again.
I'm really surprised by how relevant all the issues discussed in this book are! Turns out the teenage girl experience hasn't changed much in 20 years!
Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge , based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003. Yuck yuck yuck. Puke puke puke. Full review to follow. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest | Shop | Etsy
Aww, what a sweet book of innocence and shattered innocence. Of love and heartbreak. I felt a connection with each of the characters in this book and it was possibly one of the most important books of my early teens. If you are between 11 and 15/16 then you should read this book. A very cute read!
Dropping this at 50 pages. I've never read this one before but read the third in the series when I was a kid, and was feeling like experiencing it again. This was a mistake. This novel is based on the protagonist lying to her best friends, it includes a lot of harmful thoughts about dieting and bodi Leggi tutto
Wordpress Blog | Twitter ~ Part of a blog post I'm doing where I review 10 iconic Jacqueline Wilson books and see if they've aged well over time. ~ This one has aged like milk. I was initially thinking that it did have a very negative attitude to weight, but it didn't seem that "grown up" - I've alway Leggi tutto
The book was very cute, and all the girls were relatable although I have to admit that Magda got on my nerves. Elly is adorably self-deprecating without it being annoying and just begging for reassurance, and Nadine may look like the token goth chick, but she's put in situations that young girls can Leggi tutto
At the start this book suspiciouly reminded me of the Confessions of Gee Nicholson, but then I found out it was published before that series... It was very different though. No snog-a-thons or Dave-the-laughs, but it did hold a different quality, a more emotional, real life one. It is about 13 year
Nice to reread this. I haven’t read it since I was a preteen. I’d forgotten quite a lot of what happened, especially a part toward the end. I’m excited to reread the rest! I’m also looking forward to rewatching the TV show
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