!!> Download ➾ Playing Beatie Bow ➹ Author Ruth Park – Sigilo.us

!!> Download ➾ Playing Beatie Bow  ➹ Author Ruth Park – Sigilo.us
  • Paperback
  • 188 pages
  • Playing Beatie Bow
  • Ruth Park
  • 27 April 2017
  • 1903015111

Playing Beatie Bow Distraught Over Her Parents Separation, Abigail Follows A Strange Child Called Beatie Bow And Time Slips Back A Hundred Years Where She Becomes Involved With An Australian Shopkeeper S Family.

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10 thoughts on “Playing Beatie Bow

  1. says:

    Playing Beatie Bow by Ruth Parkand beautifully narrated by Kate HoodI have been listening to this on audio just a chapter or two at a time and loved it The setting is in Sydney, Australia, in a well worn place known as The Rocks which is an historic area in the centre of Sydney City and close to the harbour.Buil...

  2. says:

    I can t believe how long it took me to get through this book It s only 200 pages and I loved it as a kid But rereading it as an adult in a world where YA is a thing This isodd Admittedly, this book is older than I am it was published in 1980 and it s essentially a YA book that was written in an era when books featuring teenagers were shoved in with children s books I remember reading it in year 4, andI m kind of astonished anybody let me read this at the age of 9 The gist of th I can t believe how long it took me to get through this book It s only 200 pages and I loved it as a kid But rereading it as an adult in a world where YA is a thing This isodd Admittedly, this book is older than I am it was published in 1980 and it s essentially a YA book that was written in an era when books featuring teenagers were shoved in with children s books I remember reading it in year 4, andI m kind of astonished anybody let me read this at the age of 9 The gist of the story is that an obnoxious 14 year old brat named Abigail finds herself in 19th century Sydney She ends up staying with the Bow family...

  3. says:

    As an Australian my excuse for not having read this before is that I grew up in England and therefore did not read this at school as so many people did I really love Ruth Park s books especially as I know Sydney well and can visualize the places she writes about Playing Beatie Bow is set in the Rocks area of Sydney and the references to local places are wonderful Add to this the fact that the book features time travel which is one of my favourite things and you can see it has to be a winner f As an Australian my excuse for not having read this before is that I grew up in England and th...

  4. says:

    I still love this book it has been my fourth time now Abigail is a kind of anti heroine, but her personality is interestingly multi faceted, Beatie and the rest of the Bow Family are so entertainingly vivid and Abigail s time travel experience is believably painted in loving detail up to the accent of the Scottish immigrants and their Glasgow Marble patterned woolen stockings.There is no denying that the ending is cotton candy pink it successfully underlines the two d...

  5. says:

    I will forever remember the moment I first encountered this book After a particularly mundane school day I plonked myself down in the backseat of our car and prepared for the drive home However, instead of starting the engine my mother turned around and said, I ve got a small surprise for you I was at a bookshop today and thought you might enjoy this She then proceeded to hand me a copy of Playing Beatie Bow Getting a book as a surprise gift truly made my day, I was almost giddy with anti I will forever remember the moment I first encountered this book After a particularly mundane school day I plonked myself down in the backseat of our ca...

  6. says:

    Fourteen year old Abigail Kirk lives with her divorced mother in a high rise apartment in one of Sydney s oldest suburbs, The Rocks, right below the giant Harbour Bridge and near the Opera House Over the summer holidays, she helps at her mother s antiques shop and relieves her neighbour Justine of the burden of her two small children, Vincent the high rise monster , and four year old Natalie, prone to fevers and fears and forever being bullied by her unpleasant brother Abigail takes them to Fourteen year old Abigail Kirk lives with her divorced mother in a high rise apartment in one of Sydney s oldest suburbs, The Rocks, right below the giant Harbour Bridge and near the Opera House Over the summer holidays, she helps at her mother s antiques shop and relieves her neighbour Justine of the burden of her two small children, Vincent the high rise monster , and four year ol...

  7. says:

    I remember my trip to Sydney on an excursion,than the book This is a classic Aussie book, excellent for primary school students.

  8. says:

    This was a re read to assist with a novel I m currently writing Very believable situation on time travel back to the past and life in those days.

  9. says:

    Delightful Revisiting my childhood in the sweetest way.

  10. says:

    Fourteen year old Abigail is having a rough time Her parents separated four years ago when her father left the family for a young girlfriend, but now he wants to reunite with his wife and move from Sydney to Norway But her life takes a truly unexpected turn when she sees a group of younger children playing a game she s never encountered before, called Beatie Bow Another odd girl watches from the shadows and when Abby follows her, she finds herself transported a hundred years into the pas Fourteen year old Abigail is having a rough time Her parents separated four years ago when her father left the family for a young girlfriend, but now he wants to reunite with his wife and move from Sydney to Norway But her life takes a truly unexpected turn when she sees a group of younger children playing a game she s never encountered before, called Beatie Bow Another odd girl watches from the shadows and when Abby follows her, she finds herself transported a hundred years into the past Much as I wanted to love this book, its primary effect has been to make me want to barf The story has a nice idea and goal Abigail is very resentful of both of her parents her father for abandoning the family, and her mother for now wanting to forgive him and drop the life she s created for he...

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