I finally managed to read something! A sign that teaching has finished and my coursework are slowly coming to an
I hope you love horses just as much as my friend’s ten-year-old because this week I am reviewing a book.
As usual with Malorie Blackman, this book deals with issues that people face on a daily basis due to society.
I wanted to give my book reviews a club name, so I decided to name it after my polar bear,
I was asked to do another Wilson Book, this is the last one on my shelf. So no more for awhile.
WaterstonesI have to admit, I was a little disappointed with this book. I expected more from someone like Jacqueline Wilson.
This was an unusual read for me. Romance just is not my genre but this was different, it was actually good!
A little girl, Heidi, moves into a rich lady’s house so that the lady’s daughter has a friend her age.
I love this book, probably my favourite Jaqueline Wilson book.The representation of the disabled protagonist is stunning, realistic and believable.