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  • Paperback
  • 160
  • Dustbin Baby
  • Jacqueline Wilson
  • English
  • 16 October 2019
  • 9780552547963
Dustbin Baby

review Dustbin Baby 103 Unceremoniously dumped in a rubbish bin when she was only a few hours old Her young life has passed by in a blur of ev Wilson is really amazing with her orphaned little girl stories Tracy Beaker was very good too and this is excellent April makes sense as an abandoned girl so much sense This is a small book a uick read but really worth it I promise Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. rubbish bin when she was only a few hours old Her young life has passed by in a blur of ev Wilson is Burning Attraction really amazing with her orphaned little girl stories Tracy Beaker was very good too and this is excellent April makes sense as an abandoned girl so much sense This is a small book a uick The Numbers Game read but Tall man riding. really worth it I promise

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review Dustbin Baby 103 Er changing foster homes but as she enters her teens she decides it is time to find out the truth about her real family A very sad tale of a girl s journey through childhood in the context of being abandoned in a dustbin at birth fostered adopted in care bullied used for crime sent to special school and finally finding some stability in time for her teen years but she still sometimes rebels against that in that teenage way On her 14th birthday she bunks off school and goes revisiting her past while recounting her tale to the reader We begin to see how much better off she is now Jacueline has done a brilliant job of writing about these issues in a way that I think she doesn t really get into in the Tracey Beaker childrens home stories I m not sure what age group this is intended for because in some ways it is uite childish but it s got some serious issues in it that wouldn t really be for little kidsThe bright cartoony cover of this book really doesn t do the inside justice but I know it s her trademark theme it perhaps appeals to a younger audience than it s meant for I ve read many different books by this author and this type of story is what I love best about her she s got that uncanny knack of making me cry and seems to really get you to understand how the character must feel but somehow in a really simple way I love the analogy she wrote in this book about how the girl feels like a string of paper dolls and each new placement colours her in differently which is a theme they used for the illustrations Brilliant

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review Dustbin Baby 103 April Showers so called because of her birth date April 1 and her tendency to burst into tears at the drop of a hat was Honestly I forgot just how dark the story line for this one was After putting the book down from reading the last page I was in total shock It s one of Jacky s hard hitting novelsDustbin Baby follows young April on her 14th birthday and wanting a mobile phone as a present from her foster Mum Instead she gets a pair of earrings and after rowing about them she storms off and fails to show up for school April decides to visit locations from her past from her first ever foster home to a graveyard and the area where she was abandoned as a baby In a dustbin behind a pizza parlour There are lots of throwbacks to her past most were scary now reading it as an adult TW for discussions of childbirth violence and suicide of a character The pacing was really uick but I m still feeling a little disturbed I remember watching the movie though ages ago and enjoying it at the time The Numbers Game reading the last page I was in total shock It s one of Jacky s hard hitting novelsDustbin Baby follows young April on her 14th birthday and wanting a mobile phone as a present from her foster Mum Instead she gets a pair of earrings and after Tall man riding. rowing about them she storms off and fails to show up for school April decides to visit locations from her past from her first ever foster home to a graveyard and the area where she was abandoned as a baby In a dustbin behind a pizza parlour There are lots of throwbacks to her past most were scary now The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory reading it as an adult TW for discussions of childbirth violence and suicide of a character The pacing was The Big Golden Book of Poetry really uick but I m still feeling a little disturbed I NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW remember watching the movie though ages ago and enjoying it at the time