Best Friends

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Macmillan, Sep 30, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
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LITERARY SUPERSTAR JACQUELINE WILSON TELLS A UNIVERSAL STORY
about what it means to be Best Friends Forever. Gemma and Alice have been best friends since they were born on the same day in the same hospital—it doesn't matter that Gemma loves soccer while Alice prefers drawing, or that Gemma is always getting into trouble while Alice is a model student and daughter. But when Alice has to move to Scotland with her family, their friendship is put to the test. Is Best Friends Forever stronger than five hundred miles? Readers will relate to the heroic efforts the girls make to maintain their friendship and the small disasters of ‘tween life that they encounter along the way. Tender, funny, and always honest, BEST FRIENDS is the book to win American readers into the legions of fans Jacqueline Wilson has world-wide.

 

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this book is a good book. i like it because it's like real life!

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Characters:
Gemma Jackson
Alice Barlow
Billy 'Biscuits' McVities
Story:
Gemma and Alice were born on the same day and have been devoted best friends ever since. Despite Gemma's larger-than-life personality and Alice's quieter, calmer character, the two are inseparable - until Alice has to move house, all the way to Scotland.
Gemma is utterly distraught, particularly at the thought that Alice might find a new best friend. Is there anything Gem's brothers, or perhaps her granddad, can do to help?
This is so good i keep reading it again and again it is so AWESOME!!!
 

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JACQUELINE WILSON is the author of almost one hundred books, including CANDYFLOSS, published in 2007 by Roaring Brook Press. Together her books have sold more than 25 million copies and been translated into 30 languages. In 2007 she became the first children's book author to be named a Dame by the Royal Family. Jacqueline Wilson lives in Kingston-on-Thames, England.

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