Sono molto diverse ma hanno due cose in comune: entrambe tengono un diario, ed entrambe hanno un'eroina, Anna Frank. Due amiche e i loro più riposti e strategici segreti, in una storia narrata a due voci nelle pagine del loro diario. Ancora una volta Jacqueline Wilson racconta di ragazzine come ce ne sono tante: trascurate, ignorate, costrette a lottare contro genitori immaturi.
- ISBN: 8884512654
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 224
- Data di uscita: 16-03-2006
Another childhood favourite. This one had a strong focus on Anne Frank's diary, which I always enjoyed, since I, like so many people, had such an affinity for her. It deals with dysfunctional families, which Jacqueline Wilson rather specializes in, but this is one of her heavier ones, with child ab
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This book was a huge part of my childhood an in making me as interested in books I am now. I loved the complex characters and the story still speaks out to me. I won't reread this again because I want to preserve the good memories I had with this. If I reread it I'll probably dislike it. 4 stars
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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. ~ Despite (yet again) Wilson's negative attitude to fat people and a theme of disordered eating, this book really was special. Intertwining Anne Frank's dia Leggi tutto
Treasure and India are two girls who come from very different backgrounds. Whilst Treasure has recently moved into her grandmother’s council flat, escaping her abusive step father, India lives in the comfortable, middle class Park field estate with her parents and au pair. Despite their differences, Leggi tutto
I read Secrets again lately (I first read it when I was about eight and I've continuously read it growing up), and I still think it's pretty amazing! As far as "stories about neglect and abuse of children by their parents in contemporary London that is also about Anne Frank, and the target audience
4.5* I've been reading Wilson's books for years upon years but every book never fails to impress me with some making me bawl out crying this one didn't and probably leans more on the heartwarming kind but I feel that between every fantasy book I should read this it took me half a week which isn't to Leggi tutto
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
Excellent childhood classic
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