Jacqueline Wilson, The Suitcase Kid Review

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Jacqueline Wilson, The Suitcase Kid
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samantha ross's review of Jacqueline Wilson, The Suitcase Kid

“This book is was about a girl who's parents split and...”


written by samantha ross on 04/11/2007

Good Points
The good thing is that it tells you about childrens parents who are divorced.

Bad Points
The bad thing was nothing.

General Comments
This book is was about a girl who's parents split and her mum and dad live with some one else. Andrea's mum and dad went to counselling. The woman took Andrea to her office and the woman made a house out of blocks and said "which house would you like to live house a or house b" and Andrea said "house c Mullberry Cottage". One day she was walking home from school and she climbed over the fence at her old house garden and climbed up the mullbery tree and lost her toy pet called Raddish. When she came home her mum and stepdad said "Where have you been Andrea?" she said "I lost Raddish" and was crying. That night she snuck out and tried to find Raddish but could not find him and fell asleep under the mullberry tree. She dreamt her parents were back together in Mullberry cottage. In the end her dads wife had a baby called Zoe. And she felt very happy.

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