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N about Nick Sharratt s illustrations ARE AS WONDERFUL AS EVER THIS as wonderful as ever This my first time reading The Lottie Project and despite being Older Than The Intended Audience than the intended audience found the book interestingThe book follows a
#young girl called Charlie who has to do a school project on the VictoriansThe book moves from #girl called Charlie who has to do a school project on the VictoriansThe book moves from s perspective to her diary entries for her school project which I really liked and actually thought flowed wellCharlie did feel real to me and I also feel that there are many younger readers who will be able to relate to her home situation in the bookHowever I feel the book was uite slow to begin with and although I would have ept reading anyway the real action happened about halfway into the book the running away partI liked the ending and overall I m glad I ve read The Lottie Project Reread my favourite Jacueline Wilson book from my childhood Was surprised at how little I remembered a true classic to be revered amongst the likes of little women and jane eyre This was a short but impactful Jaueline Wilson book Charlie is such a sweet main character and I love her decisions and when she s writing these letters as Lottie I wanted a uick cute read and I must say it delivered This is a reread that was unexpected I ve been sorting through a few things and came across several of my Jacueline Wilson books I ve still got from childhood I was flicking through a few and had started this one before I Are All Guys Assholes?: More Than 1,000 Guys in 10 Cities Reveal Why They're Not, Why They Sometimes Act Like They Are, and How Understanding Their ... Will Solve Your Guy Drama Once and For All knew it A great nostalgia piece for me and a great children s book overall as well Re read from when I was much younger. Really hard just work work work but I bet she'dnow what to do about my mum's awful boyfriend and his wimpy little son I bet she wouldn't mess it all up like I do.
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RESPONSIBILITY IN THE HOME SHE STARTSin the home She starts understand the conseuences of her actions and learns to adapt her behaviour for other people s #understand the conseuences of her actions and learns to adapt her behaviour for other people s and feelings The novel captures the emotional growth of an eleven year old girl Source I own this book Cost Unknown Title The Lottie Project Author Jacueline Wilson Genre Middle Grade contemporary Overall Rating 4 starsThis book was one of my favourites as a child I remember reading it over and over again and as soon as I opened this book up again I was hit straight away with nostalgia I ve always liked history even in primary school so this book with it s victorian twist really stood out to me It follows Charlie who finds a picture of a victorian maid who looks like her and decides to do her school project based on this person who she dubs as Lottie While she has problems going on in her real life little did she now that this book could impact her as she deals with her mum losing her job and her overbearing grandparents I think this is one of the most prominent Jacueline losing her job and her overbearing grandparents I think this is one of the most prominent Jacueline books out of them all and I hope that ids still read this one One of my favourite Jacueline Wilson books a favourite amongst favourites I loved the school project about Victorian times blended in with Charlie s modern day life I m glad Jacueline Wilson ended up writing uite a few books set exclusively in Victorian times as she makes it very fun to lear. Ng The Victorians weren't all deadly dull and drippy Lottie certainly isn't She's eleven like me but she's left school and has a job as a nursery maid Her life is. ,
This was always one of my favourite Jacueline Wilson s growing up Charlie is not happy that the new teacher has decided the class should sit in alphabetical order Instead of getting to sit with her friends she has to sit with a boy yuck boys and to make it worse he s the most annoying snobby swot of a boy And then the teacher wants everyone to do a history project on the Victorians how dull Until Charlie discovers that girls her age actually went to work as servants in Victorian times and so she decides to write the diary of a servant girl called Lottie She wishes she could go to work herself her mum has been made redundant and so she and her mum might have to move out of their she and her mum might have to move out of their flat if her mum can t get another job The novel switches back and forth from Charlie s account of her life to what she has written of Lottie s diary Lottie s life tends to follow the themes
of Charlie s life When Charlie is worried that her mother has a boyfriend then Lottie s mother also hasCharlie s life When Charlie is worried that her mother has a boyfriend then Lottie s mother also has boyfriend and Lottie is not happy about itWell I felt like reading a ids book after the rather heavy books I ve been reading lately And I really enjoy Jacueline Wilson s books I just wish they d been around when I was a id Her characters are incredibly engaging and full of character and believable too well other than the fact that the ids use the slang of my parents generation despite the fact that the books are set in the present day a reflection on the age of the author I think Charlie s character is a convincing mix of maturity and childishness. I don't want to do a boring old project Who wants to be like everyone else I'm doing a diaryHi I'm Charlie DON'T call me Charlotte ever History is boring right Wro. .