Clementine Rose and the Pet Day Disaster Paperback – 29 Aug 2013
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The second book in a warm-hearted new series from the award-winning author of the Alice-Miranda series, featuring a charming new heroine: Clementine Rose.
From the Back Cover
Clementine Rose can’t wait to start school! But when she meets her stern, shouty teacher, Miss Bottomley, she realizes it might not be as much fun as she’d hoped.
Then Clementine finds out about the Pet Day. If Lavender the teacup pig can come to school too, everything will be all right – won’t it?
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Clementine Rose is so excited about starting school that she has been virtually living in her new uniform. However, her first day does not go as planned... In what seems a rather strict and formal educational setting, Clementine Rose is forced to sit next to the unkind Angus Archibald. What is worse, he turns out to be her new teacher, Miss Bottomley’s, grandson. I have to say that my daughter got a little upset at this point in the book and, although she has not personally been bullied at school, she felt so distressed at what was happening that we had to put the book away for a few days and come back to it. Obviously, this was an extreme reaction and nothing terrible happens to Clementine Rose, but it is probably best not to read this book just before your child starts school for the first time or if he/she is sensitive about bullying.
Miss Bottomley is extremely unfair to Clementine Rose and this results in her developing the dreaded tummy ache and not wanting to go back to class. However, eventually she tells someone what is worrying her and her mother can help address her concerns and she begins to enjoy herself. School improves even more when Clementine Rose learns that there is to be a pet day and Lavender can come to school with her. She really hopes that Lavender will win a prize, but will she?
Although my daughter really enjoyed the first Clementine Rose book, she struggled with this one.Read more ›