Red Dirt Diary

Red Dirt Diary Blue Weston s life is spiralling out of control Her parents are sending her to boarding school next year Her mad twin brothers are building pig chariots in the back shed Her best friend has been abduc

  • Title: Red Dirt Diary
  • Author: Katrina Nannestad
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Blue Weston s life is spiralling out of control.Her parents are sending her to boarding school next year.Her mad twin brothers are building pig chariots in the back shed.Her best friend has been abducted by zombies and replaced with a boy crazy teen.And then there s the drought that s showing no signs of ending soonIt s New Year s Day, and Blue has resolved to keep a diBlue Weston s life is spiralling out of control.Her parents are sending her to boarding school next year.Her mad twin brothers are building pig chariots in the back shed.Her best friend has been abducted by zombies and replaced with a boy crazy teen.And then there s the drought that s showing no signs of ending soonIt s New Year s Day, and Blue has resolved to keep a diary of the year s events It will be another hard year of dust storms and drought on her family s farm with the odd leech attack and bagpige loving pig thrown in for good measure

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    1. Location: F NANBlue Weston′s life is spiralling out of control.Her parents are sending her to boarding school next year.Her mad twin brothers are building pig chariots in the back shed.Her best friend has been abducted by zombies and replaced with a boy-crazy tween.And then there′s the drought that′s showing no signs of ending soon It′s New Year′s Day, and Blue has resolved to keep a diary of the year′s events. It will be another hard year of dust storms and drought on her family′s [...]

    2. This is the hilarious story of Blue and the people who live in Hardbake Plains in country NSW. Written in diary format, Blue describes the hardships of the drought stricken farmers and life growing up in a small country town from the perspective of an 11 year-old tomboy. A great Aussie read for ages 8+

    3. This book is so much fun. Blue is a wonderful narrator who describes life quite literally, just as well when she has Wes and Fez, terrible twin brothers who are always up to high jinks, Super Rat was a particular favourite of mine. I felt that country life and as described really well, although heartbreaking at times, it was very matter I'd fact about life in the time of drought.

    4. I absolutely LOVED this book. It is light-hearted and HILARIOUS. If I love a book so much I read it more than once then you know that it is a truly great story. I suggest anybody read this if they want to have a laugh (or few!) and read about the everyday life of a funny outback Australia family.

    5. This is a very good book. I recommend it if you like humor and some parts are gross, but it was fine for me.

    6. Not many middle-reader books make me laugh out loud, but this one did a couple of times. Those pigs were ridiculous.

    7. it was alright well it is good that it did not spoil dear dum diary it was actuly ok i did not mind it you all wont hate it it is pretty awesome and cool=)

    8. Laugh out loud 9-12 year old book, recommended by my 11 yr old niece. Captures Australian life on a farm during drought and has a strong main female character who writes this diary. Loved it.

    9. I read this book at the start of last year before I had . It was a quick and easy read but I really enjoyed it

    10. THIS IS AN AWESOME BOOK! I love every page I turn! It shows how tough her life is and how awesome the outback is!!

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