Beech Bank Girls Ii Making A Differen Pb Paperback
Making a Difference
by Eleanor Watkins;
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Beech Bank Girls Ii Making A Differen Pb
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Beech Bank Girls Ii Making A Differen Pb by Eleanor Watkins was published by Kingsway in September 2010 and is our 18465th best seller. The ISBN for Beech Bank Girls Ii Making A Differen Pb is 9780953696376.
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Beech Bank Girls - Making a DifferenceMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
This title follows on from Beech Bank Girls - Every Girl Has a Story and as in the first book, each of the friends tells their own story one after the other, except Holly who is on an extended visit to Australia.
Different issues continue to arise in the girl’s lives. A main theme in this book is the arrival of Roma children into their school. These Eastern European families have come to the UK for seasonal work and the children attend school while they are here. The girls have to work through their own and other’s prejudices and they make friends with a girl in their class Madalina. In doing so they learn how other people live, how not everyone has the comfortable lifestyle they have been brought up to expect despite any problems within their families.
The friends tell their stories individually, including Madalina, and their concerns are those of any girls of their age, parents, clothes, boys, and their anchor throughout is the Beech Bank after school club run by the young local vicar and his wife.
Intended for young teens, but I thoroughly enjoyed it!
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|Page last updated||12th June 2014|
|Author / Artist||Eleanor Watkins|
|Publisher||Kingsway (September 2010)|
|Number of Pages||190|