Clarice Bean Spells Trouble Paperback – 5 May 2005
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We can't get enough Clarice Bean (The Sunday Times)
Oodles of comic charm (Evening Standard)
I love this book. It really is great - in fact, the Clarice Bean books are probably the best books I've ever read!! (Guardian children's books young reviewer Guardian.com)
What Bridget Jones is to thirtysomethings, Clarice Bean is to pre-teens: full of funny one-liners, doing her best to overcome her shortcomings, prone to embarrassing mistakes and good at heart ... The story, like Child's doodles, is witty and charming and crams a lot of meaning into apparent simplicity ... We can't get enough of Clarice Bean. (Sunday Times)
An exceptionordinarily good audio book of the utterly bestselling and award-winning Clarice Bean Spells Trouble. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Library Binding.See all Product Description
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I was especially impressed by the authors ability to get inside the head of a primary age child. Clarice Bean is a very real child who is doing her best to figure out the sometimes complicated world she lives in. There are none of the black and white moral certainties that so many children's books are filled with i.e "Lying is always wrong", "Parents are always right".
The book ends with Clarice making a brave decision to do what SHE thinks is the right thing to do even though her parents and teachers would probably have disagreed with her decision.
This book made my six year old ask lots of good questions and more importantly think hard about some rather important things.
The bottom line however is that Clarice Bean is a great read, funny and thought provoking buy it and enjoy.
Read it !!
The worring, troubling and the most exciting events that happen to Clarice when she wants to go to a drama class, she learns new things and finds herself in a most extraordinary position, where she goes on television to a new
Ruby Redfort scene, where she acts in the movie! I recommend this book to girls
in Year 7 and some in girl’s Year 8.
A most Extraordinary book filled with bees and rhinocerouses.
From rhiannon, Age 11
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Great story. All the Clarice Bean books are good. A bit different from the normal. Suits any decent girl reader from about age 7 to 10/11.Published 13 months ago by Jinesa