JACQUELINE WILSON EMERALD STAR EBOOK
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Create your own Hetty Feather Christmas tree decorations. Dress up as Tracy Beaker. Sign up to the Puffin newsletter Stories, ideas and giveaways to help you spark young imaginations. In my opinion, this is just as good as the Hetty Feather trilogy and I am loving the authors foray into historical fiction.
The characters are beautifully and fully portrayed. Reading this instantly took me back to her working class kitchen, being made milky coffees with tinned evaporated milk and luncheon sausage sandwiches on white bread with tomato sauce. For many readers this period is so far removed from their lives it might as well be ancient history — it felt very familiar to me, bringing back memories of Humber cars, wearing ankle socks and patent leather shoes, handmade corduroy pinafores and knitted cardigans.
It was really interesting to read about the treatment of tuberculosis in both adults and children.
Being taken away from the people you loved and hospitalized in the s must have been very frightening for any child. Elsie suffers from Bovine Tuberculosis, which tended to affect the bones and joints rather than the kind that affects the lungs.
She and her ward mates are subjected to long periods in plaster casts and other paraphenalia and are completely bedridden. I have just done a quick image search in Google looking for black and white photos of children in tuberculosis wards in this period and they are frightening.
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Eerily, many of the photos look exactly as I imagined the scenes when reading this book, right down to the matrons and nurses and their hospital corners, and the rows of beds outside.She soon goes looking for people she wants to find. This book does deal with some issues such as step families, death, illness and war briefly- her foundling brother is sent away to fight Most of Jacqueline Wilson's book deal with an 'issue' of some kind.
You can't not love how you have to guess what happens next! Kamu tidak pernah bersyukur selalu ingin mewujudkan mimpimu yang kadangkala konyol dan seperti anak kecil.