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What Do You Think, Feezal?

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Bean has moved to Sydney, where her parents lead busy, fashionable lives, and she is lonely. But adventure strikes when she surprises the security guard raiding her father's computer. She is kidnapped and starts plotting her escape.
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Published 2000 by Allen & Unwin (first published 1997)
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Annie Duffy
Dec 29, 2011 rated it really liked it
The fantastic story of a young girl named Bean, who finds herself trapped in the newest skyscraper in Sydney- The Blue Boat. Her parents work night and day, so various baby-sitters attempt to amuse Bean each day. All through this amusing commotion Bean is yearning for a dog- any dog! Then Bean unveils a disturbing perdiction- she is going to be kidnapped! She prepares in a comical fashion, and when she discovers her kidnapper, a whole new story is unleashed. A must-read for all ages!
Kathryn
Apr 13, 2008 rated it it was amazing
One of my all-time-favourite childhood books
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"What Do You Think, Feezal? (A little ark book) by Elizabeth Honey (1997)"
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Feb 06, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shelves: primary-humour
As a Sydney girl loved the references to the places around the harbour. Character of bean is reallly endearing!
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Met ongelooflijk veel fantasie weet het meisje Bean zichzelf bezig te houden. Maar echt leuk is haar super de luxe leventje niet met twee ouders die weliswaar heel veel van haar houden, maar nooit tijd voor haar hebben. De grote verrassing waar Bean twee weken naar uitkijkt blijkt geen hond maar een supergrote inbouw kast, haar eigen 'bibliotheek' bij haar nieuwe slaapkamer in het enorme, door haar vader ontworpen penthouse te zijn. Gelukkig heeft ze haar lievelingsspeeltjes nog. En dan ontstaat ...more
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