Lizzie Zipmouth

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  • Paperback
  • 80
  • Lizzie Zipmouth
  • Jacqueline Wilson
  • English
  • 06 May 2018
  • 0552546534

About the Author: Jacqueline Wilson

Paperback ç Lizzie Zipmouth PDF/EPUB ´ lizzie pdf, zipmouth download, Lizzie ZipmouthLizzie Zipmouth eBookJacqueline Wilson was born in Bath in , but spent most of her childhood in Kingston on Thames She always wanted to be a writer and wrote her first novel when she was nine, filling in countless Woolworths exercise books as she grew up As a teenager she started work for a magazine publishing company and then went on to work as a journalist on Jackie magazine which she was told was named after her before turning to writing novels full timeOne of Jacqueline s most successful and enduring creations has been the famous Tracy Beaker, who first appeared in in The Story of Tracy Beaker This was also the first of her books to be illustrated by Nick Sharratt Since then Jacqueline has been on countless awards shortlists and has gone on to win many awards The Illustrated Mum won the Guardian Children s Fiction Award, the Children s Book of the Year at the British Book Awards and was also shortlisted for the Whitbread Children s Book AwardDouble Act won the prestigious Smarties Medal and the Children s Book Award as well as being highly commended for the Carnegie Medal The Story of Tracy Beaker won the Blue Peter People s Choice AwardJacqueline is one of the nation s favourite authors, and her books are loved and cherished by young readers not only in the UK but all over the world She has sold millions of books and in the UK alone the total now stands at over million In Jacqueline was awarded the OBE for services to literacy in schools and from to she was the Children s Laureate In she became Dame Jacqueline Wilson.


Lizzie ZipmouthPaperback ç Lizzie Zipmouth PDF/EPUB ´ lizzie pdf, zipmouth download, Lizzie ZipmouthLizzie Zipmouth eBookA short, sparky novel from our mega selling star author, Jacqueline Wilson Lizzie has zipped up her mouth She s totally fed up at having to join a new family and nothing can coax her into speaking to them Not football, not pizza, not a new bedroom That is, until she meets Great Gran, who is evenstubborn than her and has had a lotpractice.

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10 thoughts on “Lizzie Zipmouth

  1. She who must not be named says:

    5 stars for sentimentality A cute, quick read I suddenly remembered Jacqueline Wilson and just had to read some book of hers.I absolutely adored her books when I was younger and I think every child should read her books growing up.

  2. Evangeline says:

    3.5 such a cute short story I loved the progression of Lizzie s character and how Jacqueline Wilson tackles sensitive topics.

  3. Michaela says:

    Jacqueline Wilson was one of my favourite authors as a child One of the reasons I remember liking her books so much was because she tackled grown up issues about the trials and trepidations of becoming a teenager, as well as the worries and mixture of hormonal feelings we all remember going through I remember reading her books and never wanting to put them down, not only did they look good with their bright coloured covers and amusing pictures, they transported me into this grown ups world Jacqueline Wilson was one of my favourite authors as a child One of the reasons I remember liking her books so much was because she tackled grown up issues about the trials and trepidations of becoming a teenager, as well as the worries and mixture of hormonal feelings we all remember going through I remember reading her books and never wanting to put them down, not only did they look good with their bright coloured covers and amusing pictures, they transported me into this grown ups world The story Lizzie Zipmouth is one of the shorter Wilson books I have read, the story tackles the issue of becoming a step family and the feelings that Lizzie feels as she gives up the familiar world she lives in, to move in with her mother s partner and his children The story is well written and an extremely easy read I feel the nature of the book means that it issuitable for slighter younger children than some of her other books, so I feel a recommend age of 7 9 years is appropriate

  4. Sara Grimes says:

    Cute, not much else to say

  5. Charlotte says:

    I remember reading Jacqueline Wilson books when I was younger, and loving them for the way they related to everyday life and issues, in a really child friendly way The book is all about a young girl that keeps having to join new families and meet new people as her mum gets a new partner She becomes so fed up that she refuses to talk to anyone and no matter how nice people are to her, she still doesn t talk, until she meets her new great gran The story continues with Lizzie s friendship with h I remember reading Jacqueline Wilson books when I was younger, and loving them for the way they related to everyday life and issues, in a really child friendly way The book is all about a young girl that keeps having to join new families and meet new people as her mum gets a new partner She becomes so fed up that she refuses to talk to anyone and no matter how nice people are to her, she still doesn t talk, until she meets her new great gran The story continues with Lizzie s friendship with her great gran blossoming through their shared love for dolls, up to the point where she feels able to talk properly again to all her new family and her mum Lizzie s great gran is then taken into hospital after suffering from a stroke and it falls down to Lizzie to help her get her voice back and start enjoying life again It is a very heart warming story which I think a lot of children can relate to as it focuses on changes in the family and everyday issues whilst growing up.The language used within the book is clear and concise, with harder words being explained Illustrations throughout the book are helpful to emphasize main points in the story and for younger children reading it who may struggle with harder words.Jacqueline Wilson has a way of writing that is comfortable and encouraging, whilst addressing needs that children are facing as they grow up

  6. Eve beinguniquebooks says:

    Lizzie finds herself thrust into a new family as her mum moves them in with another new step dad and two new step brother s for Lizzie As Lizzie is unsure how friendly her new step dad is as previously having some bad ones, she takes to not speaking a word, until she meets Great Gran.All about learning how to adapt to a new situation and family setting, we see Lizzie grow comfortable and happier especially when she s allowed to express herself properly too with someone who understands and accep Lizzie finds herself thrust into a new family as her mum moves them in with another new step dad and two new step brother s for Lizzie As Lizzie is unsure how friendly her new step dad is as previously having some bad ones, she takes to not speaking a word, until she meets Great Gran.All about learning how to adapt to a new situation and family setting, we see Lizzie grow comfortable and happier especially when she s allowed to express herself properly too with someone who understands and accepts her interests, it was serious, dealing with important topics effecting people everyday in life

  7. Tiffany Louise says:

    Lizzie zipmouth was such a unique character she reminded me a bit of my self when I was growing up but with out the step fathers and great gran as she calls her instead I had my nan who was such a lovely woman, some off the things like playing with china dolls and having tea parties was kind off what i did and all together it s just a beautiful little book

  8. Slow Man says:

    Realistic fiction about broken families and trying to move on Lizzie is experiencing the change in a new environment when she moved in to live with her step dad and his sons She didn t say anything for the longest time until she met someone Someone who does not just open Lizzie s mouth but opens her heart too.

  9. Stephanie Deguara says:

    This is a great book for early readers who want to start reading chapter books, but who aren t quite strong enough readers yet The story tackles some difficult issues such as bringing two split families together to form a new family unit and the scary feelings that come with this process.

  10. Victoria Marks says:

    Another little fun read with Ophelia We love Jacqueline Wilson Great for anyone dealing with blended families step parents and siblings We loved great gran and her dolly collection.