Simone's Letters: ...a sharp, funny story for eight-to-ten-year-old fans of Jacqueline Wilson and Anne Fine. I predict a film... ( The Times )
A skilful and original unwinding of primary school lifeELenitirely unravelled in very engaging letters. ( The Independent )
Wickedly perceptive about school life, the 10-year-old female psyche and parental separation, this is a laugh-out-loud, feel-good book written with vivacious wit. ( The Times Educational Supplement )
Simone is an endearing character and holds our attention to the end. ( Junior Education )
This is a sparkling story . . . touching and funny. Highly recommended. ( School Librarian )
funny and touching . . . A real chatty read. ( Girltalk )
Simone's Diary: I warmed to Simone and her realistic approach to life - she's Adrian Mole without the angst. ( School Librarian )
Sparky and Fun ( Inis )
A confessional book in the style of Sue Townsend's Adrian Mole. ( The Glasgow Herold )
Simone's Website A funny and likeable story ( Daily Echo )
This is great fun. ( Yorkshire Post )
Simone's life is full of ups and downs and she records each and every event in her own inimitable style. In Simone's Letters she charts her last year at primary school within her funny and often touching letters. In Simone's Diary Simone is helping a student teacher with his research by filling in questionnaires and keeping a diary about her experiences in her first year at secondary school - often with hilarious results! And in Simone's Website she embarks on a school project to design a new website - through various e-mails and web pages we find out even more about Simone's life and the highs and lows of her family life, school life, and all her various friendships.
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