Truly Tan

Truly Tan The funniest series for girls since CLARICE BEAN Meet Tan She s funny She s lively She has the mind of a Great Detective Dear DiaryIt s official Our whole family has moved to the country The pets are

  • Title: Truly Tan
  • Author: Jen Storer ClaireRobertson
  • ISBN: 9780733331213
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • The funniest series for girls since CLARICE BEAN Meet Tan She s funny She s lively She has the mind of a Great Detective Dear DiaryIt s official Our whole family has moved to the country The pets are disturbed and restless My sisters are disturbed and restless although that s normal What is not normal is a cursed fox and a haunted clubhouse That is definitelyThe funniest series for girls since CLARICE BEAN Meet Tan She s funny She s lively She has the mind of a Great Detective Dear DiaryIt s official Our whole family has moved to the country The pets are disturbed and restless My sisters are disturbed and restless although that s normal What is not normal is a cursed fox and a haunted clubhouse That is definitely unnormal.At least the country people now have an expert in their midst Someone with a cool head and a sharp eye Someone who can solve intriguing mysteries and knows how to keep detailed Secret Spy Files.Really, it s lucky I came along when I did.TrulyTanAges 8 12

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    1. Three and a half stars (the extra half is because it was so cute!). So, I found this book in my classroom library, got curious because I saw my name, and decided to read it. Even though it was a children’s story, I really enjoyed it. While Tan had the very hard struggle of moving to a new school and dealing with new friends (and non friends), her character truly developed as the story progressed. She had a great relationship with her three other sisters (though I still wish there was more!), a [...]

    2. I thoroughly enjoyed Truly Tan. Jen Storer gets you right into the mind of Tan and how she sees the world. I loved the use of language, including 'big' words that were explained in note form, as if Tan had typed and printed it out, then stuck it in her notebook.All the characters were interesting, as was the interplay between them. And I loved the illustrations interspersed throughout the text. I can't wait to read the next one to see what mystery Tan will solve next.

    3. I love this book it is fhe funniest story ever you cannot put down the book and I could connect with the characters and it is a very funny book thats why I loved it

    4. Truly Tan is a fictional book written by Claire Robertson in 2008. There are also some very mysterious illustrations by Claire Robertson. Truly Tan is a book about a girl named Tan. Tan and her family are moving from the city to the country. A boy called Ted asks Tan and her sisters to come to his secret hide out, Purple Haunt. Together Ted, Tan and Tan’s sisters uncover a mystery about Purple Haunt.The one thing I really love about Truly Tan is when they are all going into a haunted shack. Ta [...]

    5. This is a great, Aussie series for girls, with strong female characters.Tan Callahan is the youngest of four sisters; Emerald, who is in year eight and likes magazines and no messing around; Amber, the prissy drama queen; Rose, the dark, unpredictable stirrer and Tan the CEO of "world headquarters" and paranormal investigator.Tan and her sisters have recently moved to the country from the big city. Things are different and starting a new school is challenging, but each find their way.Soon after [...]

    6. M-Tear found this book very entertaining, and she absolutely must agree with the prasie it is given. It was interestly different, with the 'lollipop sisters' Emerald, Amber and Rose, Purple Haunt which M-Tear so wishes she could visit, minus the 'dark, dark, dunny' of course! Not to meention the awesome necklace Gloria made Tan.Also, the mini quiz at the end of the book was a nice little suprise at the end, and for the record, M-Tear got 5/7.Can't wait until May when the next book comes out!

    7. I loved this book SO much. It's suspenseful, and though it's aimed for "Younger" Kids, literally any age can read this and laugh, enjoy and obsess over this book. It's inspired me into a different way of writing, and inspires me to right in new forms and ways. I really loved the sleep over, the ghost etc etc. I would recommend this book to ANYONE that likes this stuff. Any one that despises this book should be a little more open minded about kids books.

    8. A fantastic book from an Australian author. It is aimed at 8-11 yo girls, but is funny and interesting enough for both sexes and many ages. Tan is a very identifiable character, the description of family and school life are excellent and I love the importance that Tan attributes to everything she does. An excellent book.

    9. I liked truly ran although I thought it was the best. I think it aims for 8-10. Tan is a courageous character she has her differences. Is there a ghost? Why is it there? You will have to read the book to find out!

    10. My sister forced me to read this, and surprisingly, it wasn't that bad, for a children's book.(view spoiler)[Emerald was pretty cool. That's all I'll say. (hide spoiler)]I really hate ghost books. I'm never reading a ghost book again.

    11. One my year 5's favourite books ever- she pressed it on to me, wanting me to read and love it like she does. It's a wonderful tween read, and I can she why she loves it.

    12. 4 1/2 stars. Fantastic Aussie middle grade book. Tan is a unique, quirky character with a strong voice. Love the books layout.

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