|What happens when Ellie becomes the one who the boy seems to fancy, not her good looking friends but plain old Ellie. What will she do? |
|Out with Magda and Nadine and definitely not looking her best, Ellie attracts the attention of Russell. This is quite a shock to Ellie who doesn't know how to cope with this new situation. Russell seems really nice and likes art too, can things get any better? Unfortunately Ellie stays out far too late with her new bloke and is grounded by an irate father. So begins the latest exploits of the three friends, always landing themselves in trouble but staying together to help each other out! |
|Easy to read and follow the story unravels with speed and keeps the reader enthralled. |
|I had a good laugh reading this, it brought back a lot of memories about school and growing up. Jacqueline Wilson clearly remembers it too and writes with effortless ease about those tender years where life can be a real challenge. As always the reality of her story writing shines through and the humour keeps flowing. I do hope there are more books for this age group to come I know I will look forward to reading them! |
|Other books by Jacqueline Wilson include Bad Girls, Best Friends, Buried Alive!, Cliffhanger, Connie and the Water Babies, Double Act, Dustbin Baby, Girls in Love, Girls Under Pressure, Glubbslyme, How to Survive Summer Camp, Lizzie Zipmouth, Lola Rose, Midnight, My Brother Bernadette, Secrets, Sleepovers, The Bed and Breakfast Star, The Cat Mummy, The Dare Game, The Illustrated Mum, The Lottie Project, The Mum-Minder, The Story of Tracy Beaker, The Suitcase Kid, The Werepuppy, Twin Trouble, Vicky Angel. |
|This review by Mrs Mad. |
|Ellie's dad says that she has to be home by nine o'clock, but while she's out with her best friends, Magda and Nadine, she meets a boy. But will Russell still be interested in Ellie when he finds out that she has to be in by nine? |
|catherine burden, wootten bassett|
theres three girls and they always get in trouble ,and one girl falls in love.I really liked it cause it gets you invovled and plus it just like me,saz+kizz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! other people would like it cause its got good qulitys
|Kelly, A.D.T. College|
I think this book was fab, I finished reading it today and I was stunned! It said so much about my life and what's happened to me in the past. I think Jacqueline Wilson is a great author and can get anyone involve in her books easily. Well Done 10/10 rati
|Sara Harvey, Warwick School|
What time do you have to be home? Imagine having to be home by nine o'clock! But this doesn't seem to bother Russell who adores Ellie the elephant! I liked this book sooo much as it was true-to-life and it helped me with my problems as well as just a good
|Susan Harrison, Amazon.co.uk|
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 Gi
|Natasha, a.k.a. Mrs Reader., Barkingside, Essex.|
I liked the book because it was funny. Ellie was giving her diary present. She kept on kissing this new boy. Her form teacher has the same name as mine. I like Magda and Nadine because they are cool. Ellie is always negative about herself but she should n More...
|Carla Benstead, Hebburn, Tyne and Wear|
The BEST of the "Girls" Series. Ellie, Magda and Nadine return in the final book in the series. Russell, moderate looks and a love of art takes a liking to Ellie. The evil Liam comes back on the scene, but is Nadine he wants? And lovesick Magda falls for More...
|jodie, Windsor High school|
i think that girls out late is an excellent book,i think that other readers will like this because it is real funny and i give it 10 out of 10.
The book is about three best friends that like to go out shopping and tothe cinema etc. The main character, Ellie, has already been in trouble with her Dad for staying out to late, but he lets her go to a concert to see their favourite singer, Claudie Col More...
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