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My Best Friend and Other Enemies

by Catherine Wilkins (author)

Suitable for 9 - 11 years

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Product Description

When Jessica’s best friend goes off with the new girl, Natalie, Jessica is hurt, but determined not to take it lying down. She has a plan… and what’s more, a secret weapon: her felt tips! The pen is mightier than the sword, after all – and much funnier too! And as Jessica launches her written revenge plan, soon her sparkling sense of humour is winning her far more friends than she loses… A funny and wise story of friendship and new beginnings, which will touch a nerve with every reader.

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Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780857630957

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 4.3; Middle years; 5.0 points

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New

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    chel123
    on 26 July 2014

    i like the book it fun to red interesting book it just amazing just the best book i have ever red :) :) :) :) :) :) :) This book was really funny. I found the illustrations in this book hilarious. Jessica is an enthusiastic cartoonist who can’t stand Amelia (her enemy) as she is trying to steal her best friend who is called Nat. Jessica has to learn to become friends with other people but nobody is the same as nat. Will she and Nat ever truly be best friends again? Find out….. I recommend this book for all ages!

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    Becky36103
    on 8 March 2014

    This book was really funny. I found the illustrations in this book hilarious. Jessica is an enthusiastic cartoonist who can’t stand Amelia (her enemy) as she is trying to steal her best friend who is called Nat. Jessica has to learn to become friends with other people but nobody is the same as nat. Will she and Nat ever truly be best friends again? Find out….. I recommend this book for all ages!

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    willawonka
    on 5 March 2014

    Jessica and Natilie used to be best friends. Then a new girl started their class and Natilie became good friends with Amelia and Natilie completly ignored Jessica. There was two gangs. CAC and ACE. Jessica has a brother called Ryan and a sister called Tammy.

    5out of 5
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    emerald2245
    on 19 February 2014

    It’s really good , it’s a bit sad because it’s so true! I think most people have met someone like Amelia! These are a 100% must- read 5/5 stars

    5out of 5
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    books02
    on 14 August 2013

    This book is great because it links to real life. It is about a girl called Jessica who’s best friend Natalie has gone of with the new girl Ameila. This book is fantastic?

    5out of 5
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    Guineapigs150
    on 6 November 2012

    It was great

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    Book-Club-Review-Team
    on 23 October 2012

    Jessica and Natalie are best friends until a new girl called Amelia wants some attention and to be friends with Jessica’s best friend Natalie. Amelia bullies Jessica and even gangs up on her with a real gang (C.A.C), Jessica tries to ignore them until she’s so annoyed with them she gets a gang of her own (A.C.E.) The battle between the both of the gangs goes on for a couple of weeks before it gets a bit out of hand. Later on in the story Amelia and Natalie pulls Jessica over before going to one of the lessons (they are in secondary school) Natalie budges Amelia to ask Jessica if Jessica would like to join C.A.C . . .

    I think this book is aimed at children aged between 10-12 years of age. I think most kids have been in a similar situation at some point.

    I wouldn’t improve anything about this book and I am actually looking forward to thinking what is happening to the characters right now!!!!

    This book was so good I would recommend it to anyone I know.

    Five out of five stars!

    Charlotte, aged 9