JACQUELINE WILSON SLEEPOVERS PDF
Sleepovers. Amy, Bella, Chloe, Daisy and Emily are friends at school and have their own Alphabet Club (just look at their initials!). Daisy is the newest member. There is a problem with parsing the infobox Sleepovers is a book by Jacqueline Wilson published in The story is about Daisy, who hangs out with her. Sleepovers is a children’s novel by the English writer Jacqueline Wilson, illustrated by Nick Sharratt. Plot. The story is about a girl called Daisy and the.
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Sleepovers by Jacqueline Wilson – review
Sleepovers by Jacqueline Wilson. Amy, Bella, Chloe, Daisy and Emily are friends at school and have their own Alphabet Club just look at their initials! Daisy is the newest member and is desperate to fit in, even though Chloe is distinctly unfriendly to her at times. Throughout Daisy’s first year at the school, the girls plan ever-more elaborate sleepover parties for their birthdays.
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Daisy is dreading the time when her birthday comes round as she slewpovers know what her friends will make of sleeping over at her slewpovers, with her rather special older sister A superb handling of both the intricacies of young, female friendship and the joys and problems of having an older sister with learning disabilities, from our most accomplished and bestselling author. Paperbackpages.
Published August 27th by Corgi Books first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Sleepoversplease sign up. Jacqui yes you can, you can go and online and you can get books for free! Bee Daisy is fun-loving kid, knows how to deal with people and make friends.
I would also describe her as person with a strong personality because of the …more Daisy is fun-loving kid, knows how to deal with people and make friends.
I would also describe her as person with a strong personality because of the conditions she has to deal at home and remain sweet and caring. She may act shy when she is scared of Chloe, but I think it’s just because she is a bit afraid to stay lonely sleepoers have no friends at school.
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Lists with This Book. Bee and I have been building up our collection of Jacqueline Wilson books for long enough, it’s time to start reading them. This brings me right back to being seven years old! And is definitely sleepogers root of the ‘you can only have one best friend’ mentality sleeoovers tortured me throughout primary school! Jacqueline Wilson is the only way to go in a reading slump.
Much better than some of her others, but I’m still not sure on her writing style. It is simple, but I think it might be too simple. Skeepovers 17, Hil rated it really liked it Shelves: Even though I am 34 and this book is meant for 9 year olds, I really wilwon it. Somehow Jacqueline Wilson manages to describe the experience of being a little girl so perfectly and realistically that it all came flooding back how horrible little girls can be to each other, jacquelien also how fun it was at times.
The sad part is that even when we grow up we still see people acting like Chloe, the horrible little girl in this book. We still have friends that we don’t really want to be friends with, and Even though I am 34 and this book is meant for 9 year olds, I really enjoyed it. We still have friends that we don’t really want to be friends with, and friends that we cherish above all others.
I should really give this 5 stars, but I didn’t love it as much as some of her others, e. Daisy is a new girl at school and really wants some friends! When she meets a few girls that are good company and have regular sleepovers at each others house, things are going well until Chloe begins to use snide remarks towards Daisy because they both want Emily as there best friend.
This book is great as it talks about subject of disability which people tend to jaxqueline or shy away from and children can relate to these stories, at the time it shows readers who have not been bullied or those who bully others how it makes people feel.
This book would be great to be read aloud in class KS2 as it allows many discussions to take place and many questions that kid would like to ask. However, if reading on your own then this book is more likely to be suited for year 6 children as there is a lot of text in the book. Also, there is a good moral to the story of what goes around, comes ailson.
Jan 14, Graeme Syed rated it liked it Shelves: Sleep-overs is a tense political thriller full of intrigue, suspense and blackmail. If this book had been written wulson adults about adults it would be littered with dead bodies and it would probably end up as a Hollywood blockbuster directed by Brian DePalma or Martin Scorsese. However it is not. It was written for children, girls particularly so there is no body count.
That does not mean the story line is soft, pink and cuddly. Daisy arrives at a new school and makes friends with a kacqueline of four Sleep-overs is a tense political thriller full of intrigue, suspense and blackmail. Daisy arrives at a new school and makes friends with a group of four other girls. As the book progresses, all five girls have sleepover parties on their birthdays.
Her behaviour deteriorates as the story unfolds but Daisy has a secret weapon which is used with great effect at her party, the last of the book. During the sleepover something happens to Chloe which results in the rest of the girls holding a terrible secret over her in order to continue their lives free of her nastiness.
On a serious note it does handle bullying in quite a sensitive way even if the superficial moral, that blackmail is an effective way to deal with bullying, needs more discussion in order to clarify the more serious message the book seems to convey.
It also gives an almost compelling account of Daisy’s thoughts and emotions relating to her disabled older sister. I would suggest that this book is good for key stage 2. Aug 05, Hannah rated it really liked it. Sleepovers by Jacqueline Wilson focuses on a group of 5 young girls, two sets of best friends; Amy and Bella and Chloe and Emily, and the newest addition to the group – Daisy. Each of the five girls stage a sleepover for their birthday, however, Daisy is the most reluctant to have a sleepover at her house because she fears the reaction of the other four girls when they find out that her sister Lily has a disability.
Aside from her fears concerning her sister’s disability, Daisy also feels as tho Sleepovers by Jacqueline Wilson focuses on a group of 5 young girls, two sets of best friends; Amy and Bella and Chloe and Emily, and the newest addition to the group – Daisy.
Aside from her fears concerning her sister’s disability, Daisy also feels as though she does not fit into her circle of friends completely as she is the only one who does not have a best friend within the group, and on top of that, the bossiest girl in the group, Chloe, is determined to turn the girls against Daisy.
When it finally comes around to Daisy’s birthday, after much hesitation, she does indeed have a sleepover at home and realises that she had no need to be so worried about having her friends around her sister. I myself enjoyed this story as Jacqueline Wilson does have a great talent when it comes to writing stories which many children and adults can relate to, and also because she writes in such a way to make light of any situation which may be unpleasant. There was also a good use of illustration throughout the book, which was very useful in supporting the story, while at the same time, it was simple and did not divert too much attention away from reading.
I think this book would be most appropriate for ages 7 and above, as a child of 7 would be able to gain an understanding of the story and be able to empathise with each character. I also feel that the issues and themes raised within the story could also be briefly discussed with the class, as there were lots of topics which many children in the class; both boys and girls will be able to relate to.
Nov 13, Lorraine Gaule rated it it was amazing. The themes are transferable and depending how it is used they can be brought in to nearly every level of a primary school. The story is based around Amy, Bella, Chloe, Daisy and Emily are friends at school and have their own Alphabet Club look at their initials. Daisy is the newest member as she is only new in school and is desperate to fit in, even though Chloe is sometimes unfriendly towards her.
Throughout the school year, the girls plan ever more elaborate sleepovers. Daisy is dreading the time when her turn comes as she doesn’ know what her friends will make of sleeping over at her home, with her rather special older sister.
The story is an excellent exploration into the complexities of young females and the joys and pain that comes with that. However it is a realistic story and one that I thoroughly enjoyed reading. Sleepovers is a great book for young KS2 readers; however it is an easy read the language is simple and the chapters are short with lots of pictures as per most Jacqueline Wilson books.
This book although not suitable for those who are easily able to read in KS2 its content is a great for any year. The main points that the book deals with are a new girl in class, a disabled sister and bullying. The themes are covered in an excellent way, it is a very engaging book and especially suitable for story time to bring in any one of these topics, it would also have the ability to be brought into circle time for the children to be able to discuss the topic in a less personal way.
Pesta Menginap Sleep-Overs ini bercerita tentang lima gadis SD bersahabat yang secara kebetulan namanya berurut sesuai abjad. Daisy anak baru di sana. Semula dia merasa takkan punya teman baik. Tapi keempat teman barunya begitu menyenangkan. Terutama Emily, dia sangatlah baik hati.
Diawali dengan Amy yang mengadakan pesta ulang tahun. Dan karena pesta menginap sedang populer, dia berencana mengadakan pesta menginap di rumahnya ketika hari ulang tahunnya Acara p Pesta Menginap Sleep-Overs ini bercerita tentang lima gadis SD bersahabat yang secara kebetulan namanya berurut sesuai abjad.
Acara pesta menginap itu terus bergiliran. Dan tiap-tiap pesta selalu meriah dan menyenangkan. Daisy semakin menyukai teman-teman barunya. Namun dia merasa kurang nyaman jika berada di dekat Chloe. Chloe gadis yang cantik dengan rambut pirang dan mata biru. Tapi dia tukang perintah dan selalu mengesalkan. Dia tidak menyukai Daisy.
Bahkan memanggilnya Daisy Dungu. Dan ketika, Daisy enggan ikut serta mengadakan pesta menginap, Chloe mengolok-olok dirinya. Sebenarnya bukan karena Daisy tak slespovers bikin pesta.