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Girls in Tears Book Review

Girls in Tears Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

If you are looking for an easy, summer, teen read, check out Kidzworlds review of Jacqueline Wilsons latest book - Girls in Tears.

Author: Jacqueline Wilson

Girls in Tears is the fourth book in the Girls quartet. It's all about love, friendship and everyday life as a teenage girl - and how nothing ever goes your way. One minute you're in love, the next you're fighting with your best friends, sitting alone in the cafeteria. Welcome to Ellie's world.


Teary-eyed Friendship

Ellie and her two best friends Magda and Nadine do everything together. But it's only a matter of time before three teenage girls have a falling out. Ellie's preoccupied with her new [kwlink]boyfriend[/kwlink], Nadine is in love with a boy from the internet and Magda is mourning her dead hamster. With each of them off in their own little worlds, misunderstandings start to happen and the girls go their separate ways. Magda and Nadine one way - Ellie the another.


Cool Chapters

The coolest thing about Girls in Tears is how the chapters are named. One's named, Girls cry when people copy their ideas, while another is called, Girls cry when they quarrel with their friends. Each chapter title sets the mood for what's to come. It's also super cool how the book sticks with the theme of crying, just like the title says: Girls in Tears. And, it still manages to have a good plot.


The Bottom Line

Girls in Tears is written by a [kwlink]British[/kwlink] author so just like the Georgia Nicolson stories, it's chalk full of cute British sayings. If you're a fan of cutesy love tales and friendship-bonding themes, Girls in Tears is definitely for you. It's a terrific book for summer while you're lounging on the beach or relaxin' in your back yard. The best part is, even if you haven't read the previous three books in the series, Girls in Tears will still be an enjoyable read.


Girls in Tears Rating: 5


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That's because of our own human nature. We often value ourselves more than anyone else. Everybody affects everybody indirectly. People value progress over everything. One day the world will come crashing down, and with this crumbling and twisted society with it. Want to make a difference? Well, it's not too late to start.
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I really hate how society is built. I really hate how unaccepting people are and how we have gotten this far due to sacrifices and inflicting pain on others. Why do we do this to our own kind? ​We are just destroying ourselves because we are unable to understand why some people do what they do. Why can't we just accept people for how they are? They're heart and their soul. I know the world can't be perfect but honestly right now the world isn't okay. Of course I'm just a kid so whatever I say won't matter but anyways that's just what has been on my mind lately :)
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IlikeGUYS20 posted in Debating:
"Sophieex_" wrote: Hey guys! So, on many occasions, my mother has always told me this: "Let yourself grow up a little, this is probably just a phase". What does she mean exactly? Well, when I cane out to my parents that I was bisexual, my mother told me that it was probably just a phase, and that I might grow out of it. I've been thinking about my sexuality for a couple years - since I was eleven, to be exact. Sometimes I thought I was straight and other times I thought I was a lesbian. So from this, I just figured I was bi. I also told her I'd like to tell some close friends what I thought. She told me that this info may get leaked to many more people and that they're shun me. I told her that I won't tell this to anyone whom I don't trust, and that I don't care if people shun me for being who I am. People already make fun of me for being biracial (my father is white & my mother is black) so this'll be no different. I told two friends that I was bisexual. Luckily both girls said they'd support me no matter what. My father then came in and said that he didn't want me to come out lest I'd get so much attention that's it'd me a distraction. I understand me dad's point but not my mom's. I love my mother dearly and shall listen to her, but I still get super pissed when adults think that teens' coming out is invalid. What do you think? Tell me I'm the thread posts! :rainbow ❤ Thanks!! :) Have a wonderful day! ❤ @Sophieex_ I have the same problem! I am also bi! Only one of my closest friends know, I feel your pain!!! I created my account when I thought I was straight.
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ScoobysFriend posted in Debating:
She is saying some people get curious, and she probably went through it also
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and im not saying its a phase either
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