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by Jacqueline Wilson

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  • ISBN 0385608365
  • ISBN13 978-0385608367
  • Language English
  • Author Jacqueline Wilson
  • Publisher Doubleday UK; 1st Edition 1st printing edition (October 31, 2005)
  • Pages 199
  • Formats lit rtf mobi lrf
  • Category Teenagers
  • Size ePub 1857 kb
  • Size Fb2 1916 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 254

Fourteen-year-old Prue and her sister Grace have been educated at home by their super-strict father all their lives. Their attempts to find out what being an ordinary teenager is like — buying nice clothes instead of wearing Mum’s odd, hand-made garments, reading teenage magazines etc. — are greeted with fury by their Dad. But when he is hospitalized with a stroke, Prue suddenly discovers what it’s like to have a little freedom.Unable to cope, their mother enrolls them at the local comprehensive where, for the first time, they experience school life. Prue had never thought it would be so so hard to fit in. The only person she can talk to is the young Art teacher, Rax. She and Rax bond over art lessons, and soon he asks her to babysit for him and his wife. This becomes a regular “date” and Prue can’t wait for the ten minutes they have alone together when he drives her home. She wonders if Rax has the same feelings for her. But he can’t act upon them, can he?From the Trade Paperback edition.

Jacqueline Wilson is particularly good at p u t t i n g herself inside the skin of awkward misfit characters'.

Jacqueline Wilson is particularly good at p u t t i n g herself inside the skin of awkward misfit characters'. A hard-hitting and compulsively. readable tale for teenagers'. Jacqueline Wilson at her very best'. This catalogue of troubles is handled deftly, wittily and sensitively'.

Home Jacqueline Wilson Love Lessons. Dad has been writing this so-called book ever since I was born. There are odd pages and half chapters all round the flat, typed on Dad's ancient Remington portable and scribbled over again and again with his cramped copperplate corrections. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20. 'I don't like boys,' I said. I've read pieces here and there and can't make sense of any of it.

Jacqueline Wilson is a really talented writer, and I've enjoyed other books of hers, especially The Lottie Project and My Sister Jodie, but here, her characters were dull and dramatizing-ly desperate. The only characters I liked were Prue's pitable imaginary friends, Jane and Tobias, Grace, their mother, Toby, and Iggy and Figgy.

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If you did not find the book or it was closed, try to find it on the site: GO. Exact matches. Jacqueline Wilson (Who Wrote That?) John Bankston. Midnight (bad conversion).

Based on Love Lessons by Jacqueline Wilson, this is Rax's perspective right from the beginning until the final page. This is the story of the forbidden relationship between teacher and student as you've never seen it before. Chapter 3 of my own revised look at love lessons.

Love Lessons is a British novel intended for older readers by Jacqueline Wilson, first published by Doubleday in 2005. It is illustrated by Nick Sharratt, although the only illustrations in this book are the chapter-headings

Love Lessons is a British novel intended for older readers by Jacqueline Wilson, first published by Doubleday in 2005. It is illustrated by Nick Sharratt, although the only illustrations in this book are the chapter-headings. Some of the characters in Love Lessons are similar to those in one of the author's previous books, Waiting for the Sky to Fall (1983)

Jacqueline Wilson is celebrated for her mastery of realism, yet her latest novel for young teens, Love Lessons rests as squarely in a. Wilson's narrator, Prudence, 14, is an outsider to make anybody feel.

Jacqueline Wilson is celebrated for her mastery of realism, yet her latest novel for young teens, Love Lessons rests as squarely in a realm of fantasy as anything by JK Rowling or CS Lewis (though, happily, not one that involves elves). Instead, it is a very particular fantasy world immediately recognisable to anyone who has ever been a misunderstood teenage girl with a crush on a teacher ) Wilson's narrator, Prudence, 14, is an outsider to make anybody feel better about themselves.

Jacqueline Wilson is a well-known and hugely popular author. The Illustrated Mum was chosen as British Children’s Book of the Year in 1999. She is the winner of the prestigious Smarties Prize and the Children’s Book Award for Double Act. Nick Sharratt has written and illustrated many books for children and won numerous awards for his picture books.

Jacqueline Wilson, author of Vicky Angel, Dustbin Baby . The life lessons we learned reading our favourite Jacqueline Wilson books. Looking back, it’s easy to see why we loved Wilson so much when we were growing up: she treated us like women, not little girls.

Jacqueline Wilson, author of Vicky Angel, Dustbin Baby and many more taught our teenage selves many life lessons. Posted by. Megan Murray. And it is for this reason that we bought so heavily into her stories, crying with Jade over the death of Vicky (Angel), brimming with terrified empathy for a bewildered Dolphin watching her (Illustrated Mum) mother paint herself white with toxic paint, and rooting for Mandy (Bad Girls) when the bullies at school turned on her.

liked this book then definitely read kiss by Jacqueline wilson as well because it is just as good as this one i wish the book would have an ecolodge. One person found this helpful.

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Cezel
I liked how i can really connect with the characters and that i can like and dislike the characters in parts of the book,i disliked how Prue the main character always did and acted un realistically all the time.i recommend this book to people who don't like a specific type of book this type is basically fiction .and if you liked this book then definitely read kiss by Jacqueline wilson as well because it is just as good as this one i wish the book would have an ecolodge
Beydar
I absolutely loved this book! It was very sweet, and I especially liked the main character, Prudence. The character seemed very innocent but not obnoxious or prudish, which I liked. I felt I could really relate to her as a sheltered person who just wanted to live her life a little bit!

I don't understand why some people insist that any relationship involving a young person, high school age as in this book for example, must be nothing more than a "silly crush," as if none of us have genuine emotions before the age of 30? I often see that trend in movies and books, that "young love" must be an illusion, which is absolutely ridiculous. That is one of the things I appreciated most about this novel, that the author treated the main character's feelings with respect. She was obviously a very mature and intelligent girl, and mature, intelligent people have genuine feelings, yes, even before the age of 30, shockingly. Also, although some people would frown on the fact that the teacher was married, if you paid attention to the story, his wife was totally mean and disrespectful to him--no wonder he wasn't happy! I also appreciated the fact that the author chose to have the feelings returned by the teacher. These kinds of relationships do happen, and although it is much better if it occurs in a college setting where both people are over 18, no one can say that love doesn't exist in situations that happen not to be "the norm." Why would anyone want to be normal anyway? I'd rather not live at all. Thanks for this adorable story, Ms. Wilson! =)
Andromathris
I remember loving this book when I was about 14/15 however re reading this at 21 I feel a bit different. I now see Prue as slightly more irritating and rax as a lot more creepy. However the writing is excellent and I think the story line is excellent. I still really enjoyed reading it and even though i was more annoyed at the characters I had a better understanding of how they got into the situation. Definitely recommend
The Sinners from Mitar
Jackie's done it again!I would definitely recommend this book to any teenage or 12 year old girls.This book is about a young girl called Prue who goes to her first school and finds her first love!But it's not your typical first love!It's her new art teacher!You would probably think nothing would EVER happen between them...right?Wrong!Go through the ups and downs with Prue in this amazing book!Warning you might bite your nails off!!
Syleazahad
Great
Danskyleyn
'twas good for my mind and le soul. I think we an all relate to this story, I know I can.
Lightwind
I thought this book was....good enough. I liked pure and especially liked Toby but I have to agree with Honeybunbun. I thought it was kinda creepy and hated Rax. I think this wasn't Jacquelines best work
It was a good book but it was a disgusting when she kisses the art teacher and was a really good book but could've had a better ending.