Project Fairy: Discover a brand new magical adventure from Jacqueline Wilson

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Project Fairy: Discover a brand new magical adventure from Jacqueline Wilson

Project Fairy: Discover a brand new magical adventure from Jacqueline Wilson

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A magical, captivating story about fairies, families and friendship from the brilliant, award-winning Jacqueline Wilson. As I've got older, I've understood a lot more about the adults/parents, with their struggles, such as protecting their families, financial worries, mental health and general well-being.

The reveal later down the line that Mab's parents were never married is an offhanded, whatever remark. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. She has written over 100 books and is the creator of characters such as Tracy Beaker and Hetty Feather.But the family are in for an even bigger surprise when something tiny tumbles out from within the pages. The care system is portrayed with little distaste, and don't try to tear the family apart, but put them back together again. Although this initially put me off the novel, I still enjoyed the expected elements Jacqueline portrays in her texts, hard subject matter and topics made understandable and relatable for children.

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Unlike some of JW's earlier books, Mabs' mum is clearly suffering (from depression, it would appear her confidence in general) but the subject is broached with care and sympathy, and it's apparent Mabs doesn't blame her mum for sometimes not being able to care for them. Huge fan of Jacqueline Wilson for the past 20 years, but sad to say this was one book I enjoyed a lot less. Featuring fairies, friendship and family; Project Fairy is a mesmerising story filled with magic and wonder that young readers won't forget in a hurry. Double Act won the prestigious Smarties Medal and the Children’s Book Award as well as being highly commended for the Carnegie Medal. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products.

My favourite part of this book, as similar to her other books, the last quarter of the book is the best part, the story starts to wrap up neatly, and even though everything isn't perfect, that's OK. bit upset that nick sharratt isn’t doing the illustrations anymore, but i did love this art style too! I enjoyed the up to date references and the attempt to include themes such as mental health struggles and bullying which I believe are important to vocalise for young people who are the intended audience.Before the start of the book, she had a breakdown after Mab's dad left them, and it caused Mab and her little brother Robin to be put into care, and a foster home for a bit. I've been reading Jacqueline Wilson's books since I was a child and I think this one is just a teeny bit lacking than her other books. Jackie's writing style, although has evolved over the years, keeps a similar structure, such as a non traditional home life/family, characters being themselves, even though it may not appear to be the "norm". When her dad leaves her very early and gets a new family, Mab, her brother and her mother start to feel ill. The Illustrated Mum won the Guardian Children’s Fiction Award, the 1999 Children’s Book of the Year at the British Book Awards and was also shortlisted for the 1999 Whitbread Children’s Book Award.

Inside they find wonderful drawings of fairies - although they're far from the sweet characters that Mab imagined!But when something falls out of a book given to her by her teacher, things begin to change and she discovers that life can be better.

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