DUSTBIN BABY BOOK

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Dustbin Baby book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. April Showers (so called because of her birth date, April 1, and her. Dustbin Baby is a children's novel by Jacqueline Wilson. It focuses on April, a fourteen-year-old girl who was abandoned by her mother in a dustbin when she was only a few minutes old. After a blazing row with her foster mother, she goes in search of her past. The book was adapted into a television film in by the BBC. Dustbin Baby. The book cover. Dustbin Baby () is a children's novel by English author Jacqueline Wilson. The story focuses on April, a fourteen-year-old girl.


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Jacqueline Wilson is a hugely popular wildlifeprotection.info has won the prestigious Smarties Prize and the Children's Book Award forDouble Act, which was also highly. April knows she was abandoned in a rubbish bin as a newborn baby, fourteen years ago. Now she's happily settled with her foster mother. wildlifeprotection.info brings you the latest reviews for Dustbin Baby by Jacqueline Wilson and Nick Sharratt. Read reviews from real readers and browse our

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Sometimes I try too hard and I find myself copying them. Ordinary friends catch habits from each other easily enough. But every now and then I overstep this mark in my eagerness. I started reading exactly the same books as Cathy until she spotted what I was doing. There is one thing that April does know about her real mother.

She knows that her mother didn't want her, and dumped her in the dustbin as soon as she was born. So, April's birthday is always a bad moment for her.

This year, on her fourteenth birthday, she finds the burden of her unknown past intolerable. Neither her new, and likeable, foster mother, nor her new friends at her new school, can really help April through this because April needs to revisit her past.

In an emotional mist, April bunks off school for the day, and revisits all the old places of her childhood. She visits old foster homes, her adopted mother's grave, her old special school, old friends, all the time travelling further and further into her traumatic past.

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What she really wants to do is to arrive back at dustbin alley, at the moment when she was born and separated from her mother. She can't quite do that, of course, but she gets pretty close.

Read the book to find out What can I read next? Jacqueline Wilson has written plenty of books, aimed at various age groups. In this story, April herself is fourteen, but I don't think you need to be quite that old to read and enjoy Dustbin Baby.

Plot summary[ edit ] When she was a few minutes old, April was abandoned by her mother in a dustbin behind a local pizza restaurant. She was discovered by a young waiter there and named April by the hospital as she was found on April Fool's Day.

She was fostered by Patricia Williams, but only lived with her a short time before being adopted. April's first stop on her fourteenth birthday is Pat's house. She finds that she remembers little of it and Pat remembers little of her.

However she does befriend one of Patricia's new foster children - Tanya - a character seen before along with Pat in another of Jacqueline Wilson's books: Bad Girls. April then visits the graveside of her adoptive mother: Janet Johnson. Janet committed suicide a few years after adopting April, while battling depression stemming from her husband's affairs and the break-up of her marriage.

Dustbin Baby

April subsequently tells readers of the time she was bullied mercilessly in a foster home run by Big Mo and Little Pete by another resident, Pearl, until April took drastic action against the bullying by pushing Pearl down the stairs, causing Pearl grievous bodily injury and, consequently, April's removal from the home. She was then sent to a residential care home called Sunnybank Children's Home.

Here, April is befriended by a much older girl called Gina.I need to feel it.

Why do I always have to cry? Dec 10, Joey Woolfardis rated it did not like it Shelves: As well as finding Frankie whom found her and making her own version of family. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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