[EPUB] ✸ Skinny Melon And Me (Diary, #1) ✽ Jean Ure – Sigilo.us

[EPUB] ✸ Skinny Melon And Me (Diary, #1)  ✽ Jean Ure – Sigilo.us
  • Paperback
  • Skinny Melon And Me (Diary, #1)
  • Jean Ure
  • English
  • 19 February 2019
  • 0007121520

Skinny Melon And Me (Diary, #1) Cherry S Teacher Has Told Her That Keeping A Diary Is A Good Way To Unclog Your Head And Cherry Certainly Has A Lot On Her Mind Cherry S Mother Has Just Re Married, Much To Her Disgust Her Best Friend Skinny Melon Is A Sounding Board For Cherry S Disproval Of Her Step Father, Roland Butter.

Prolific English children and young adult author.Had her first book published while still in high school, then studied theater at Webber Douglas in London Her most well known work is the Point Crime novel Dance with Death Others include Plague 99, After the Plague previously Come Lucky April , Big Tom, Family Fan Club and Shrinking Violet, as well as the fantasy The Wizard In the Woods Today Prolific English children and young adult author.Had her first book published while still in high school, then studied theater at Webber Douglas in London Her most well known work is the Point Crime novel Dance with Death Others include Plague 99, After the Plague previously Come Lucky April , Big Tom, Family Fan Club and Shrinking Violet, as well as the fantasy The Wizard In the Woods Today, Ure is very popular with British female teenage readers with novels such as Shrinking Violet, Family Fan Club and Passion Flower Ure has also translated Danish writer Sven Hassel s WWII novels to English

10 thoughts on “Skinny Melon And Me (Diary, #1)

  1. says:

    I loved Skinny Melon and Me It s set in a time when Doc Martens were fashionable, and revolves around one girl s relationship with her sweet yet geeky hippie stepfather It s set in a diary form, it s easy to read, and it s cute to see the girl begin to warm to Slimy Roland The poor guy will do anything to impress her, and now I think he d be very likable, but you have to remember that the girl, Cherry, is only eleven I think in that way it was probably true to el...

  2. says:

    Skinny Melon and me was excellent Melanie Skinner Skinny Melon was my favourite character because she seemedhappy and grateful than Cherry I didn t mind Cherry but if you think about it, she is a terribly ungrateful child I ve never quite read a book like this before It really shows a realistic veiw on what children think of their step parents Poor Roland seemed like a nice guy But he d take a bit of getting used toI loved it how he was an enviromental freak like me So NOT a Skinny Melon and me was excellent Melanie Skinner Skinny Melon was my favourite character because she seemedhappy and grateful than Cherry I didn t mind Cherry but if you think about it, she is a terribly ungrateful child I ve never quite read a book like this before It really shows a realistic veiw on what children think of their step parents Poor Roland seemed lik...

  3. says:

    she hv family prob..her parents split up n her mom married to aguy whom she didnt like..this book teach us to be tough,appreciate every time with ur loved oneswe have to know the person b4 we make a conclusion

  4. says:

    I think book is a nice, easy read and it is also funny.

  5. says:

    I thought this book was pretty good I picked this book up, well the book is a book with three of Jean Ures books in them, but anyways i thought the cover page was bright and colorful and fun looking so i decided to check it out Since it is set in London, they spell a couple of things differently in the book For example favorite is spelled favourite, and color is spelled colour I could still decipher what the words were tho because there is a one letter difference This book is about a girl I thought this bo...

  6. says:

    Just been reliving my childhood by rereading this A favourite of mine when I was about 12 Its a quick read, written as a diary by Cherry, picture riddle postcards by her step father Roly and letters by her mother.Definitely a book that stays within its age bracket Deals with a child of divorced parents, step parents and issues from that etc.The main reason I enjoyed it was to decipher the mini picture messages by Roly.Characters Cherry and her mother were a bit grating though interesting to s Just been reliving my childhood by rereading this A favourite of mine when I was about 12 Its a quick read, written as a diary by Cherry, picture riddle postcards by her step father Roly and letters by her mother.Definitely a book that stays within its age bracket Deals with a child of divorced parents, step parents and issues from that etc.The main reason I enjoyed it was to decipher the mini pict...

  7. says:

    HI I got this book while i was window walking haha got the word from window shoppung in POPULAR book fair. THIS book is really nice, and i have recommended the series by Jean Ure to my best friend, Amanda. She thinks it is nice too SO. TRY IT

  8. says:

    fun, lighthearted story

  9. says:

    It was ok.It got pretty boring though

  10. says:

    One of my childhood favourites I can t wait to have children of my own and let them puzzle away at Ronald Butters brilliant coded letters

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