Girls in Tears

Girls in Tears Ellie Magda and Nadine are back but they re not very happy Ellie s glorious romance with Russell is teetering on the rocks Magda s lost her pet and is desperately upset though the others didn t even

  • Title: Girls in Tears
  • Author: Jacqueline Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780552547116
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ellie, Magda and Nadine are back but they re not very happy Ellie s glorious romance with Russell is teetering on the rocks Magda s lost her pet and is desperately upset though the others didn t even know she still had a hamster And Nadine is fed up with the other two lecturing her about the dangers of meeting someone on the Internet her e mail boyfriend sounds wEllie, Magda and Nadine are back but they re not very happy Ellie s glorious romance with Russell is teetering on the rocks Magda s lost her pet and is desperately upset though the others didn t even know she still had a hamster And Nadine is fed up with the other two lecturing her about the dangers of meeting someone on the Internet her e mail boyfriend sounds wonderful Buckets of tears are wept and hundreds of tissues sniffled into Can the girls friendship survive these testing times A superb fourth instalment in the GIRLS series, following GIRLS IN LOVE, GIRLS UNDER PRESSURE and GIRLS OUT LATE A perfect read for older fans from the best selling author, Jacqueline Wilson.

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    1. Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003.What an utter load of tripe. Adheres to all the stereotypes of teenaged girls without saying anything about it. Fucking fuck. Full review to follow.Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest | Shop | Etsy

    2. I loved this book. It really explained how Teenage girls feel. And all their problems!I think its a really good way to explain to young girls that good looking and having a boy friend isn't everything! I also like how Jacqueline Wilson put down the feelings of Isabelle and how she thinks her life is horrible.I really recommend this book!

    3. This was probably the weakest out of the four books, just because it felt like the title and format of 'Girls Cry When' was leading the story too much. And, as good as it is to portray teenagers being happy in relationships, I certainly don't like how the boys are characterised as only interested in sex. It's all very 'you know you want to' and pleaded for it even after the girl says no. If the book was written now rather than 2002, things would probably be different.

    4. Review Preface: I'm the MOM who got suspicious when the 11 year old started hiding this book.Here's Mom's review:This is trash, it has ZERO literary value. It bundles an amazing number of "WORSTS" for middle school and high school girls into a very small book written in 5th grade language. This book was made avail to my 11 yr old daughter.The Star of the book is dating a boy 2 yrs older Russell who constantly pushes her for sex. While she says "no" there's no exploration of this or reward/punish [...]

    5. actually 0 stars for the ending. i hated it so very much. russell is sex crazed, disgusting, jealous and rude and she's still thinking about getting back together with him? what kind of message is that? ugh i certainly don't remember this series to end in such a horrible way. i'm so disappointed, Jacqueline Wilson was my childhood hero but this? i hated all the characters towards the end. the first two books were enjoyable but the last two utter crap.

    6. When I was younger, I read all of Jacqueline's books and all books of this series were my favorite ones! As I got older though, I didn't appreciate her books as much but I still love the creativity and thought behind each one of them and I will remember them as a big part of my childhood. Because the language is pretty easy, her books were the first ones I ever read in English. I still today recommend her books to younger girls I know, and I hope that they will find the same joy as I did while r [...]

    7. Wilson is great at making realistic characters that you can quickly come to term with, giving realistic reactions to events.Her books are great at getting children to really think about actions and their consequences, really opening the eyes of children to the world. Some of her books are sensitive reads yet they are all great at sending life messages to children.I feel as though Wilson books are a must in the lives of young children, a way of opening their eyes to the real world in the right wa [...]

    8. I loved the original Girls trilogy and read them over and over. This fourth installment came out a couple of years later and I don't remember ever reading it -- I think I'd moved on by then. But as I've been re-reading the Girls books, I have included this one. I'm not sure if it's ennui at reading them one after the other (not to mention being way outside the target age range now), but this felt like a poor relation to the first three. The main focus was Ellie's relationship with Russell, which [...]

    9. Don't like it at all.Malas sekali baca kisah tiga sahabat yang kali ini terlalu dibumbui dengan percintaan dan drama itu. -___-Mengerikan lihat dunia ini, ketika anak usia 13 tahun udah pacaran dengan gaya kayak gitu. Iya, saya tau ini di UK, tapi tetap saja serem bacanya. Cium-ciuman, peluk-pelukan, dan yg lain-lain (untung ga sampe ke situ, cuma tetep aja ngeri bacanya). Mana pake ada acara selingkuh-selingkuhan, minum-minuman keras. OMG! 13 tahun bbookk!!!!Makanya saya nggak suka sama kisah y [...]

    10. This book is about three best friends who are coping with boyfriends, jealousy and growing up.Ellie and her friends deal with an internet boyfriend who seems too good to be true, cheating, and best friends that betray them when alcohol and the death of pets are involved.We also see that even though you may not be best friends with someone at the moment you will aways get together with them to help save your other friends along the way.The book is good for those over 11, but as an adult I just fo [...]

    11. I always thought that this was a great last book to the Girls series. Looking back now I thought this book dealt with some really important issues that every girl faces. I remember being really upset at seeing Ellie and Russell's relationship and poor Magda losing her hamster because I knew what it felt like.To be honest I wish I could go back in time and re-read all these books again.

    12. i was way back in migh schoolwhen i first seen this show.en im hooked to all her writing's,,this book is just the bestestwhich a teenage girl like me can really relate. shows,,more on friendshiphandling and dealing with boys,,teenage complications.d a whole lot more of dramai love the characters and storyi love ituntil now!i just love the story to death! <3

    13. A book about friendship, relationships and the dangers of meeting people online aimed at teenagers. I like the way Jacqueline Wilson simplifies a tricky subject into something her audience (children/teens) can digest and understand. Her books arent supposed to be an encyclopaedia on the subject, but hopefully enough to get kids thinking!

    14. I have one major issue with this book, the subject feels like it should be aimed a young teenagers as the topics cover some quite major issues that teenagers face, but the way it is written makes it feel like it has been written for a much younger audience.

    15. This book was the fourth book in the saga and was really good, i liked the last one rather than this one.

    16. These Girl in books are my favourites from Jacqueline Wilson. Interesting story with well developed characters. Simple yet compelling.

    17. Would be a good book for teenagers about adolescent angst. It deals with lots of the family, girlfriend and boyfriend issues so common but troubling for young teenagers.

    18. This is a good book for teenage girls. Jacqueline has always had the knack of including relatable experiences from life and in this book I, as a teenager, found I could relate at some points throughout the book. A good quick read and I read it without reading the other books in the series that lead to this one. However, I did understand it without reading the first books in the series. Overall, I read this book in one sitting and enjoyed it. I would recommend if you would like a short, quick and [...]

    19. Idk why man but this book got to me it made me so sad when her best friend kissed her boyfriend and she’s so amazing how she handled it and forgave everyone so quickly

    20. I read this because it's on the BBC Top 200 list. I love a lot of Wilson's books because they deal with a lot of the same issues that my adolescent clients deal with: being in the foster system, parents divorcing, a parent with mental illness, etc. For me, the "Girls ." series is not on par with, say "The Illustrated Mum" or "Vicky Angel," as they are fairly superficial and don’t offer much in the way of support or problem-solving for young readers. Some of the characters make pretty poor deci [...]

    21. The name of the book is Girls in Tears, and the author is Jacqueline Wilson. The genre of this book is sort of Autobiography. The author is a woman and she is writing about a teenage age of a girl, and I personally think every women is qualified to write about this specific topic. I think it is suppose to be written in a humorous way, the publisher is CORGI BOOK and the years is 2003. It was first published in Great Britain. The book is promised to deliver all the feeling that a teen goes throug [...]

    22. I think that Girls in tears is a very interesting book. It is about a girl named Ellie, and her two best friends, Magda and Nadine, are acting strangely. Nadine has an online boyfriend and the others are trying to convince her not to trust him. Ellie's boyfriend, Russel, isn't very nice, and at home, her step mum and Dad keep arguing.My favorite part was when the boy who Ellie liked, who is much older than her, finds her in the street at about 2 in the morning. Ellie is in the street because she [...]

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