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Girls Out Late by [Wilson, Jacqueline]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 135 customer reviews

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Jacqueline Wilson never fails to please and her legions of fans clamour for just the slightest hint of a new book from their favourite author. This time Ellie, Magda and Nadine, teen heroines of Girls Under Pressure and Girls in Love, are back again in Girls out Late, growing up (and out!), getting to grips with their parents, their boys and their bodies as the roller-coaster from childhood into adulthood speeds up and hots up.

Ellie--plain, plump, with frizzy hair, not drop-dead gorgeous like Magda or supercool like Nadine--meets the man of her dreams over a burger and a sketch book and immediately finds that her father's instructions to be home by 9.00pm at the very latest have fallen through her hormone-addled sieve of a brain. She would much rather be snogging with Russell, but what will he think of her if she admits she has to be home at such a ridiculously early hour? But the real problems arise when Ellie and her buddies take a trip to London to see their favourite singer in action and they find themselves caught up with a van-load of dodgy blokes who have more than dancing in mind.

As sparky and true-to-life as ever, Wilson takes the bull by the horns and tackles teenage dilemmas with a reverence and wit that will doubtless continue to turn heads long into the future. Realism--not necessarily the gritty kind, but more the everyday-worrisome kind--plays a huge part in the authors work, not least in this tremendous series where she deals sensitively with the onset of the teenage years with a warmth, understanding and humour that cuts to the bone while at the same time provoking laughter at the sheer madness of it all.

An excellent book for older readers, great if read as part of the series, but undoubtedly not to be missed if it's the first Jacqueline Wilson book you have ever bought. It certainly won't be the last. (Age 11 and over) --Susan Harrison

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"The portrayal of the girls' relationships and of their love lives is agonisingly accurate. No wonder girls cannot get enough of Jacqueline Wilson" (The Good Book Guide)

"Bursting with a thirteen-year-old's delight in hanging out with her friends and taking on the world" (The Times)

"A surefire bestseller for everyone" (The Bookseller)

"Far more believable and emotionally valid than other fiction of its ilk" (The Scotsman)

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1129 KB
  • Print Length: 226 pages
  • Publisher: RHCP Digital (4 Sept. 2008)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0031RS632
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 135 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,980 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Hardcover
Girls out late is the best book I've read.It inspires me the way Jaqueline Wilson writes about girls going through the same stage.She writes things that you think you'd never experience but maybe one day you will.Its all about how this girl called Ellie meets a boy who actually likes her and it gos on as she hqs to choose between her friends or boyfriend on 'going out' wise. Jaqueline Wilson writes like she is a girl going through this and I reckon any girl teenage or not would enjoy this.I recommend this tops because I think it will inspire anyone who reads this and Jaqueline Wilson will be a girlshero in fave authors.Read this and find out how Ellie gets on with this boy??? and how she goes on a wild night out.
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By A Customer on 23 Jan. 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
This book is changing every minute. Ellie finds a boy but will her dad clamp down? Nadine tells a girl about how Liam is a creep but is it to late? Madga tells her art teacher her feelings but how does he react? The girls find them selves in a lot of trouble and it is up to Ellie to save them. This book has a lot of tips to life for 11 to 14 year olds. The girls are back and the lies just got bigger...

Issi,11,Lavenham
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Format: Paperback
I really enjoyed this book. I am eleven years old I think I maybe should have waited another year or two until I actually read it because some bits of the book are maybe ever so slightly inappropriate. On the back of the book it says 'FOR TEENAGE READERS' and I completely agree. That was really my only problem. Other than that, the book was a real page-turner. I enjoyed it quite a lot.
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Best book I have ever read. I advise this book for kids aged 11+.The best part was the ending were Ellie and Russell confessed their love to each other. You got to read this book if you are a Jacqueline Wilson fan.
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My 13 year old daughter dislikes reading. The Girls series was the first she has happily devoured as they're full of teenage drama and angst. Not to be confused with Jacqueline Wilson's stories for younger readers. Good way for a reluctant teenage reader to develop a reading habit.
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A Kid's Review on 15 Mar. 2009
Format: Paperback
This is a good book.

It is about 3 girls. Nadine, Magna and Ellie. Ellie is gets a boyfriend called Russell and gets told off by her dad for staying up to 11pm 'For a walk in the park'.

Her dad gets really angry and won't let Ellie out again.
Suddenly Magna starts flirting with her teacher and Nadine starts posing. Ellie sneaks out with her boyfriend to McDonalds.

When Russell askes her to a dance and her friends ask her to see a famous singer Ellie finds it hard to choose. When she does make a final desicion her friends break up and lead her into a new adventure.

This is a very well written book and if you enjoy this book I would advise you to read. Girls in Love, Girls under Pressure and Girls in Tears.
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Format: Hardcover
This book is about a girl named Ellie who is dealing with everyday teenage life. Such as boyfriend trouble, weight problems and family life and much more! It has also got funny scenes. Ellie also has to deal with having gorgeous mates who tell her she is O.K but she disagrees with them. Ellie thinks she has horrid uncontrolable hair, shes fat and no boys would ever fancey her. I would recomend this book to all teenage girls!
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By A Customer on 7 Oct. 2001
Format: Paperback
I think this is an excellent book i have read it that many times that i know what the next word is going to be!!.It really gets in to the mind of ateenage girl. It is about 3 girls called ellie,magda and nadine and nadine and magda have had lots of boyfriends and ellie has never had one but,they go on a shopping trip in the flowrfields shopping centre and they are sat in mc'donalds and this boy starts sketching ellie so,she starts sketching him and he comes over. will this be ellie's first boyfriend??? you will have to read it and find out!!!
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