Il rapporto della protagonista, Violet, con l'amato-odiato fratello maggiore, le difficoltà a comunicare con i genitori e una serie di "segreti di famiglia" che, una volta svelati, faranno sentire la ragazzina più grande e forte, costituiscono gli ingredienti principali di questa storia che racconta la difficoltà di essere piccoli. Età di lettura: da 11 anni.
- ISBN: 8884514339
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 192
I always loved this one. Nick Sharratt's fairy drawings are lovely. If only Casper Dream was real -- I'd love to read his books!🌙
What the actual hell did i just read? Like how is this even a childrens book?
The weirdest book I've ever read. RTC
“I heard a clock chime far away. It was striking midnight. I looked out into the night and made my wish. Violet has got plenty to wish for. She wishes that she and her brother, Will could still be close, like they had been, before he had discovered he was adopted and she was not. She wishes she coul Leggi tutto
This is a great book. I loved reading it. I loved the words and the way it was written. I could read it over and over again and I would never get bored of it. In it there's a girl called Violet, who has hardly any friends, apart from two girls. They are only her friends because they fancy her older
Sinceramente no me esperaba esto, a medida que he ido leyendo he flipado más xDD Llevo arrastrando el querer leer este libro desde que estaba en secundaria (al final nunca me decidí a comprarlo y el otro día lo vi en la biblioteca y tuve que llevármelo). Y no se que pensaba que iba a leer, pero esto Leggi tutto
This book is about a lonely girl called Violet who loves to spend time with her brother Will. Will cares about her but he tends to scare her with some of the games they play, for instance, telling Violet to go up in the dark loft even though Violet's afraid that there may be bats. Violet especially
Original Rating: 5 / 5 Reread Rating: 4 / 5 I remember reading this when I was much, much younger and I adored it so much. Reading it back now, I’m a little surprised this is classed as a children’s book. It seems much more like a young adult (more to the younger age range of “young adult”) book. This Leggi tutto
This is my very first book review (surprisingly - as I'm such a keen reader). I was a huge fan of Jacqueline Wilson as a child. I am now 24, and with having a 10 year old sister, I often find myself re-reading her books. I have fallen in love with the work of Jacqueline Wilson all over again, howeve Leggi tutto
This is a wonderful, wonderful book, absolutely enchanting, and a must-read for anyone who's ever been weird, lonely, and/or fascinated by the beautiful butterflies pinned to the corkboard of life. The GoodReads synopsis makes it sound boring and doesn't do it justice. The moralism-free candor is re Leggi tutto
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