✭ Skinny Melon And Me (Diary, #1) Author Jean Ure – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk

Skinny Melon And Me (Diary, #1) Cherry S Teacher Has Told Her That Keeping A Diary Is A Good Way To Unclog Your Head And Cherry Certainly Has A Lot On Her Mind Cherry S Mother Has Just Re Married, Much To Her Disgust Her Best Friend Skinny Melon Is A Sounding Board For Cherry S Disproval Of Her Step Father, Roland Butter.

10 thoughts on “Skinny Melon And Me (Diary, #1)

  1. says:

    I loved Skinny Melon and Me It s set in a time when Doc Martens were fashionable, and revolves around one girl s relationship with her sweet yet geeky hippie stepfather It s set in a diary form, it s easy to read, and it s cute to see the girl begin to warm to Slimy Roland The poor guy will do anything to impress her, and now I think he d be very likable, but you have to remember that the girl, Cherry, is only eleven I think in that way it was probably true to el...

  2. says:

    Skinny Melon and me was excellent Melanie Skinner Skinny Melon was my favourite character because she seemedhappy and grateful than Cherry I didn t mind Cherry but if you think about it, she is a terribly ungrateful child I ve never quite read a book like this before It really shows a realistic veiw on what children think of their step parents Poor Roland seemed like a nice guy But he d take a bit of getting used toI loved it how he was an enviromental freak like me So NOT a Skinny Melon and me was excellent Melanie Skinner Skinny Melon was my favourite character because she seemedhappy and grateful than Cherry I didn t mind Cherry but if you think about it, she is a terribly ungrateful child I ve never quite read a book like this before It really shows a realistic veiw on what children think of their step parents Poor Roland seemed lik...

  3. says:

    she hv family prob..her parents split up n her mom married to aguy whom she didnt like..this book teach us to be tough,appreciate every time with ur loved oneswe have to know the person b4 we make a conclusion

  4. says:

    I think book is a nice, easy read and it is also funny.

  5. says:

    I thought this book was pretty good I picked this book up, well the book is a book with three of Jean Ures books in them, but anyways i thought the cover page was bright and colorful and fun looking so i decided to check it out Since it is set in London, they spell a couple of things differently in the book For example favorite is spelled favourite, and color is spelled colour I could still decipher what the words were tho because there is a one letter difference This book is about a girl I thought this bo...

  6. says:

    Just been reliving my childhood by rereading this A favourite of mine when I was about 12 Its a quick read, written as a diary by Cherry, picture riddle postcards by her step father Roly and letters by her mother.Definitely a book that stays within its age bracket Deals with a child of divorced parents, step parents and issues from that etc.The main reason I enjoyed it was to decipher the mini picture messages by Roly.Characters Cherry and her mother were a bit grating though interesting to s Just been reliving my childhood by rereading this A favourite of mine when I was about 12 Its a quick read, written as a diary by Cherry, picture riddle postcards by her step father Roly and letters by her mother.Definitely a book that stays within its age bracket Deals with a child of divorced parents, step parents and issues from that etc.The main reason I enjoyed it was to decipher the mini pict...

  7. says:

    HI I got this book while i was window walking haha got the word from window shoppung in POPULAR book fair. THIS book is really nice, and i have recommended the series by Jean Ure to my best friend, Amanda. She thinks it is nice too SO. TRY IT

  8. says:

    fun, lighthearted story

  9. says:

    It was ok.It got pretty boring though

  10. says:

    One of my childhood favourites I can t wait to have children of my own and let them puzzle away at Ronald Butters brilliant coded letters

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