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FREE DOWNLOAD ¿ Dancing the Charleston Ó Mona and her aunt live in a little cottage on the edge of the Somerset estate where her aunt sews wonderful dresses for the lady of the house Mona never knew her mother or father but Aunty has always looked after her – and Mona knows she can always talk to her mum where she lies in the village graveyTies for her to shine – and to find new friends Dancing at fancy Sea Creature balls and trips to London are wonderful new experiences – but new experiences sometimes bring revelations and Mona discovers there are secrets in her past she can't dance away fro. Despite being a grown woman I always rush to borrow the latest Jacueline Wilson book as soon as it comes out I'm always transported back to being 11 years old and even if the characters and their lifestyles are utterly different to mine I feel a connection to them because they are the kinds of girls I could picture actually being friends withI enjoyed this story I really did but I felt there was something missing I really liked Mona and I very much liked Benjamin but I felt like I was constantly waiting for something to happen The plot twist at the end was welcomed but I feel like the story was somewhat bland until then Every now and then something would begin to happen and I'd think Okay this is where the story really starts Here comes the excitement and then nothing would really happen I didn't mind too much because it's nice to relax and read something that isn't overly dramatic And the descriptions of 1920's lifestyle interior design and fashions were interesting enough to make up for it Maybe I've just got overly high expectations for Jacueline Wilson And her historical fiction is always very thoroughly researched which is much appreciated by history lovers SPOILER BELOWOne thing I found rather interesting was that Mona had clearly developed a crush on Roland and then found out at the end that he was her cousin I do wonder how that turned out I was however pleased for her that Benjamin was really her uncle and now she and auntie will have an easier life money wise

Dancing the CharlestonTies for her to shine – and to find new friends Dancing at fancy Sea Creature balls and trips to London are wonderful new experiences – but new experiences sometimes bring revelations and Mona discovers there are secrets in her past she can't dance away fro. Despite being a grown woman I always rush to borrow the latest Jacueline Wilson book as soon as it comes out I'm always transported back to being 11 years old and even if the characters and their lifestyles are utterly different to mine I feel a connection to them because they are the kinds of girls I could picture actually being friends withI enjoyed this story I really did but I felt there was something missing I really liked Mona and I very much liked Benjamin but I felt like I was constantly waiting for something to happen The plot twist at the end was welcomed but I feel like the story was somewhat bland until then Every now and then something would begin to happen and I'd think Okay this is where the story really starts Here comes the excitement and then nothing would really happen I didn't mind too much because it's nice to relax and read something that isn't overly dramatic And the descriptions of 1920's lifestyle interior design and fashions were interesting enough to make up for it Maybe I've just got overly high expectations for Jacueline Wilson And her historical fiction is always very thoroughly researched which is much appreciated by history lovers SPOILER BELOWOne thing I found rather interesting was that Mona had clearly developed a crush on Roland and then found out at the end that he was her cousin I do wonder how that turned out I was however pleased for her that Benjamin was really her uncle and now she and auntie will have an easier life money wise

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Dancing the Charleston ☆ R mum where she lies in the village graveyardWhen Lady Somerset dies and a new member of the Somerset family inherits the house things begin to change for Mona She has never really fitted in anywhere but the new Bohemian atmosphere at the house offers opportuni. 45 stars Jacueline Wilson is purely amazing at writing children's characters and captures them so well She also has a brillaint talent for writing Children's historical ficition It's been a while since I read a Jacueline Wilson book probably about 5 8 years ago so I was a little worried going into this that I wasn't going to enjoy this as much as I would have years ago when I was a child But I am pleased to say I enjoyed it A lot I really enjoyed Mona's character She was flawed but still incredibly likeable And Mr Benjamin was a great charcater too Generally all the characters were well developed The pace was good For the majority of the book it went at a good pace and I never once felt bored and like things were dragging However my two problems I found with this book were due to the ending One of those problems was that it felt a little bit rushed I can't state the specific amount of pages in which the 'secret' came out but it didn't feel like a lot At all I actually guessed the 'secret' at one pint but this didn't hinder my enjoyment I think as a child I wouldn't have seen this coming at all My second problem was the fact Mona's friends were heavily prominent throughout the story and then at the end they weren't mentioned at all I wouldn't have minded whether they stayed friends or not but it just felt odd not having them mentioned in the conclusions Overall though this was thoroughly enjoyable book and would definitely recommend SUMMARY ´ REFLECTIONSLISBURNLTD.CO.UK ´ Jacqueline Wilson

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Jacqueline Wilson ´ 1 FREE DOWNLOAD Mona and her aunt live in a little cottage on the edge of the Somerset estate where her aunt sews wonderful dresses for the lady of the house Mona never knew her mother or father but Aunty has always looked after her – and Mona knows she can always talk to he. For about fifteen years now Jacueline Wilson has been one of my favourite authors I have most of her books it's a work in progress and have loved every single one I don't really know how to fully explain how meaningful her books are to me but she has been a wonderful companion over the years Her historical fiction novels are highly enjoyable While aimed at children I still look forward to each one The Hetty Feather series is one I love immensely This novel is set in the 1920s a wonderful standalone story view spoilerthat features an appearance from a much older Emerald Star Hetty that made me tear up hide spoiler