[[ PDF / Epub ]] ☄ Passion Flower (Diary, #7) Author Jean Ure – Marjoriejane.co.uk

Passion Flower (Diary, #7) chapter 1 Passion Flower (Diary, #7) , meaning Passion Flower (Diary, #7) , genre Passion Flower (Diary, #7) , book cover Passion Flower (Diary, #7) , flies Passion Flower (Diary, #7) , Passion Flower (Diary, #7) 15872c51d7275 The Seventh Title In Jean Ure S Acclaimed Series Of Humorous And Poignant Stories There S Trouble Ahead When Steph And Sam S Father Embarks On A Spot Of Kidnapping.Of Course, Mum Shouldn T Have Thrown The Frying Pan At Dad The Day After She Threw It, Dad Left Home Of Course, Mum Shouldn T Have Thrown The Frying Pan At Dad The Day After She Threw It, Dad Left Home Parents First They Re Together, Then They Re Apart For Stephanie, A Hip Fourteen Year Old, And Samantha, Her Ten Year Old Sister, Being Stuck In The Middle Of Their Parent S Problems Is Just What They Need Not When Dad Decides That What The Girls Really Need Is A Summer Holiday With Him In Brighton, They Jump At The Chance No Rules, No Hassle, No Worries But Things Never Turn Out The Way You Think, And Steph And Sam Soon Discover There S A Lot To Being A Family Than They Thought Jean Ure S Diary Series Includes Pumpkin Pie, Shrinking Violet, Skinny Melon And Me, The Secret Life Of Sally Tomato, Becky Bananas, This Is Your Life And Fruit And Nutcase.


10 thoughts on “Passion Flower (Diary, #7)

  1. says:

    For a novel aimed at a middle grade audience, Passion Flower is surprisingly dark Absent emotionally or physically and negligent parents seem to be a staple of modern Middle Grade and Young Adult fiction, but Jean Ure takes it to extremes here At first, Stephanie and the Afterthought sister Sam just have to put up with their parents separation and their father moving south to Brighton But then their mother decides she needs some time away from them and heads abroad to Spain, sending then For a novel aimed at a middle grade audience, Passion Flower is surprisingly dark Absent emotionally or physically and negligent parents seem to be a staple of modern Middle Grade and Young Adult fiction, but Jean Ure takes it to extremes here At first, Stephanie and the Afterthought sister Sam just have to put up with their parents separation and their father moving south to Brighton But then their mother decides she needs some time away from them and heads abroad to Spain, sending then to stay with their irresponsible father While initially this involves him feeding them ju...


  2. says:

    This book showed the story of a young teenager who learnt how life isdifferent in her father s presence than her mother s It teachers younger readers that sometimes fun things aren t always fun in the end An amazing lesson taught


  3. says:

    i love this book anyone who reads jean ure books should read this but dont read shrinking violet of bannana becky there boring


  4. says:

    want to reread this


  5. says:

    Book I read when I was a preteen


  6. says:

    makes me fells grateful for my mother s too protective attitude


  7. says:

    3.5


  8. says:

    this book was soo unbelievable who would through a prying pan at your husband weird but overall i enjoyed it due to the facts that this incident happened dad left home but after a while dad decides to take them for a holiday they had soo much fun, going around cities,playing games with dad their is no rules but just normal everything turns out to be good and fantastic Samantha bought a cat Stephanie met boys and they became friends but bit muchto that because dad was in deep tro this book was soo unbelievable who would through a prying pan at your husband weird but overall i enjoyed it due to the facts that this incident happened dad l...


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