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Oct 24 2014

The naughtiest girl saves the day by Anne Digby

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Hodder Children's Books, 2014. ISBN 9780340917756
(Age: 9-13) This novel is a fiction book.
Elizabeth is known as the naughtiest girl, but is she really the naughtiest girl? Elizabeth is accused of committing naughty deeds, but did she do them?
This novel is set at Whyteleafe Boarding School. Elizabeth, who is also known as the naughtiest girl in the school, is suspected of doing several naughty things in school. Elizabeth knew she didn't commit them, but everyone else believed she did. Elizabeth eventually discovers who really committed them.
This novel was very interesting. It kept me, as a reader, engrossed in the story. It made me curious to continue reading the novel.
There were a lot of characters that played their part in the book and it made the book very enjoyable. The way the book was written made me feel like I was at Whyteleafe Boarding School. The events were very good and the characters had a very big impact on what was happening. The things that were happening made me become engrossed in the book and made me read it for longer because it was so fascinating.
This book is aimed at girls aged 9 - 13.
I would classify this fiction novel as a mystery novel.
I would recommend this book for a year 4, 5 or 6.
Amber Rose (Student, Year 6)

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