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The best though it is sad but in the end it’s such a happy ending
11 May 2017
Very good read, it will help children whose parents have split up get through those kind of tough times, and even though my parents did not split up at all, it still helped me understand that I need to enjoy every moment and learn to love the life I am living. Andy also had to learn these things, and got a very special gift for coping so well with her problems: a half sister called Zoë. This book also has another very important lessons about friendships and how they don’t always and can’t always last forever, it shows that Andy’s old best friend couldn’t be her best friend forever and always. I like Paula and Graham, and the humour is fabulous! READ IT!!!
31 March 2016
This book is so good .
11 March 2016
This book was
Andrea’s toy rabbit Raddish, actually belongs to Jacqueline Wilson’s daughter, Emma. I would definitely recommend it for you.
31 December 2015
Guest book ever!
30 December 2015
this book is sad because she has to choose between her parents
11 October 2015
I love the part in the book when it said ‘I never really caught a glimpse but I bet he’s got a bright red bum like a baboon’s too.’ LOL everyone!(It’s quite funny, isn’t it?)
15 May 2015
This is so good. Jacqueline Wilson is very talented and I would like to find out what happens with Andy next. It’s sad her parents spilt up though.
20 April 2015
not for me
This book is boring witch was a let down .I am a book worm but this book is not for me I was on page 14 and put the book down I was bored . There was no setting .
10 April 2015
This was one of my school books
28 February 2015
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