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Simone's Diary

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In this sequel to Simone's Letter, Simone has just started secondary school. She agrees to help a student teacher with his research by filling in questionnaires and keeping a diary about her experiences during her first year.
Unknown Binding, 94 pages
Published June 30th 2001 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published January 1st 2000)
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‘Simone’s Diary’ begins with a young girl who is just about to start secondary school agreeing to help a student teacher with his research on how pupils cope with the transition from primary school to secondary, by completing questionnaires and keeping a diary on her experiences. Simone goes into lots of detail about starting life in secondary school, including her worries such as getting lost, making new friends, losing old friends and increased workload- even down to having to lug around a hug ...more
Jasmine Anne Victoria Bamber
Mar 22, 2013 Jasmine Anne Victoria Bamber rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Year6s, 7s and 8s
Shelves: domestic, favorites, funny
I found this book one of the most accurate books about high school and growing up. Having actualy been, this book was the closest to what my my high school exsperiance was actualy like.

When Simone falls out with her best friend Chole Simone is very upset but makes new friends (Peter and Clifford)and learn that just because you fell out with a friend does not mean they have to be an enemy.

This book isin diary form which makes it more relitable. It use relaxed laungage so it is very good for light
very reminiscent of a simpler time. i read this at the ages of 10, 12 and now again at 20 and i'll always appreciate how this got me through the transition to high school.
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