©1992 Jacqueline Wilson; (P)2001 BBC Audiobooks Ltd
"Gripping, funny and sensitively written." (The Independent on Sunday)
"A modern story, realistic with lots of witty, offbeat humour." (The Daily Telegraph,)
"A witty and moving tale of divorce." (The Times)
"A deeply moving account of a child's agony and bewilderment as she suffers from her parents' divorce. Feelings tumble out in a cascade of experiences, at once painful and funny. Language is racy and modern, superbly capturing the experience of many children today." (Junior Education)
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It was very good and I enjoyed it very much can't wait to listen to the next one of her books
"love this book!"
I was absolutely enchanted by the main character's mascot Radish who is a little rabbit who she makes tiny clothes for and takes on adventures.
Tracy Beaker, also by Jaqueline Wilson, about a young girl going through difficult times.
I really enjoyed her narration of the book. She has a great voice.
You really feel for the girl especially when it seems all the adults are not listening to her properly or caring enough about how everything is affecting her.
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