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My Sister Jodie

Narrated by: Finty Williams
Length: 5 hrs and 2 mins
Categories: Children, Fiction
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Summary

Quiet, cautious Pearl has always adored her bold, brash, bad big sister Jodie. When their parents get new jobs at a grand, fusty old boarding school, Melchester College, the girls have to move there – and when they arrive, things start to change. Jodie has always been the leader – but now it's Pearl who's making new friends. Jodie just seems to be getting into more and more trouble – arguing with Mum, scaring the little children, flirting with the gardener. She really doesn't fit in with the posh teenagers at the school.

Pearl begins to wonder if she needs Jodie as much as she used to. But when Firework Night comes around and a tragic event occurs, Pearl realises just how much Jodie means to her.

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Amazing audio

Brilliant audio!! A few sad parts especially a big one at the end, so I would say 9-15 year olds!!!! ☺

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Good but....😶

If you are 10 or over I think you will really like it.but if you are under 10 I advise you don't get it because it is quite upsetting at the end. 💩

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Not for young children

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

My daughter listens to stories at bedtime, she is 7. She has listened to lots of JW's books before and loves them, I had no hesitation in buying this when I heard the sample and read the blurb. BUT now my daughter is so distressed due to some of the content. I am so upset and wish I'd have listened to it before. Where does it say how old the reader should be? This needs to be clearer. I listened to the first chapter with my daughter and it seemed a little more grown up than books she had listened to before but nothing that I didn't want to expose her to as she is growing up. However the storyline is very very upsetting and there should be some warning in the blurb.

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Stick to writing, Jacqueline

The story is engaging, like all of Jacqueline Wilson's work, but by gosh she has an annoying voice. There is something so saccharine and mealy-mouthed about the way she talks to the point that I couldn't bear to listen to her.

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Amazing

I love this book it's one of my favourites and I love than Jacqueline sits and takes the time to act out the he said she said parts! 10/10.
This story however does make me cry every time!

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My sister Joidie

My sister Jodie is a good story but it has a very sad ending that could make you cry 😢

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great

amazing story. It me me cry when jodie gets hurt at the end of the book, overall 10/10

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My sister Jodie

I think that this story is very depressing at times and quite exciting at other times, I also think that the best part was when they moved to Melchester Collage because it was such an adventure for both Pearl and Jodie. But I was so grieved when Jodie had her accident.

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READ!!

it was fantastic!! I truly recommend it to older readers! the ending was very unexpected indeed!!! what a twist! jaqueline wilson really has got a wonderful talent for writing! she is also the narrator for this book and does it perfectly! she has brilliant expression throughout the whole book and the words really do draw you in, so that you can't stop listening and are sad when the book is over! I have always enjoyed listening to stories by my favourite authors and hope that you do as well but if you aren't much of a reader or listener then have a look at one of jaqueline Wilson's marvellous books like perhaps 'lola rose' or 'cookie'
You must must must read this book I know you will absolutely love it! I know I certainly did!

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I loved this story but it was so sad and unexpected at the end that I actually cried!😭❤️

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  • 20-07-18

my sister jodie

I cried, laughed and was mad. But most of all I loved it. It is lovely, I have a little sister and I love even more after this, though I have always
loved it.❤❤❤