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Unceremoniously dumped in a rubbish bin when she was only a few hours old Her young life has passed by in a blur of ev Dustbin Baby is about 14 year old April who gets thrown away by her mother whem she was born April spends 1 day trying to find her biological mother and her other foster mothers April finds an old friend and some new onesApril always compares herself to her best friends Hannah and Cathy begging Marion her foster mother to get her a phoneI would definately recommend this story to all Jacueline Wilson fans

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Er changing foster homes but as she enters her teens she decides it is time to find out the truth about her real family Jacueline Wilson s books were what introduced me to the fantastic world of reading it was what turned me into a book lover and I really must thank Jacueline Wilson for everything she has done The great thing about growing up reading Wilson s books is that all her books covers real and important issues and there s no love stories except for Girls because the books are for children and her books were mainly about no matter how hard things get and how difficult the situation the problem isn t you You can pick yourself up and get through the problem with the help of people who love you I found Wilson s books a huge part of me growing up and helping to mature and transition from finding the world as a problem free paradise to a world where no one is perfect you see her books like Cliffhanger sucks you in because it s funny and you find there s a whole range of other books written by Jackie so you read and read and then books like Dustbin Baby hits you in the face and makes you cry but you want to read because you ve never read a book that has made you cry and so as you read the books subjects gets heavier and you grow up until you ve read all of her books and you re ready for other books that will make you cry and laugh just as much as Wilson s books did when you were 10For the tumblr y kind of review this book gave so much feels I CANNOT Writing this review makes me want to crey and hug April so hard and cradle her and tell her everything is going to be okay even though she might be like 20 or something now It was the first book that hit me hard in the guts and showed me that the world isn t as nice as it seems and oh dear lord the movie i cried I CRIED SO HARD Now for the insightful hopefully reviewI ve no idea why it took me so long to actually write this and thank Jacueline for writing these books for me to read whilst growing up anyways this review doesn t really talk about the plot Sorry I got carried away Read these to your future children mind you they ll be crying and they ll act uite mature for their age afterwards P Brenda has a dragon in her blood of reading it was what turned me into a book lover and I really must thank Jacueline Wilson for everything she has done The great thing about growing up reading Wilson s books is that all her books covers real and important issues and there s no love stories except for Girls because the books are for children and her books were mainly about no matter how hard things get and how difficult the situation the problem isn t you You can pick yourself up and get through the problem with the help Divan Of Rudaki of people who love you I found Wilson s books a huge part Choice Stories for Children of me growing up and helping to mature and transition from finding the world as a problem free paradise to a world where no Öbür Divan one is perfect you see her books like Cliffhanger sucks you in because it s funny and you find there s a whole range Summary of Homo Deus of Koldbrann - parte 1: Rebeldes other books written by Jackie so you read and read and then books like Dustbin Baby hits you in the face and makes you cry but you want to read because you ve never read a book that has made you cry and so as you read the books subjects gets heavier and you grow up until you ve read all The Teams Milking Cow of her books and you re ready for A Wolfs Desire Reluctant Mates other books that will make you cry and laugh just as much as Wilson s books did when you were 10For the tumblr y kind Via Suez (British): Blue Funnel Line (Merchant Navy Series Book 3) of review this book gave so much feels I CANNOT Writing this review makes me want to crey and hug April so hard and cradle her and tell her everything is going to be Zenith okay even though she might be like 20 A Pale Light in the Black or something now It was the first book that hit me hard in the guts and showed me that the world isn t as nice as it seems and

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April Showers so called because of her birth date April 1 and her tendency to burst into tears at the drop of a hat was Jacueline Wilson has written many amazing books but Dustbin Baby has to be one of my favourites especially for an older reader and is a story I will never forgetApril the main character is a lonely girl with a vivid imagination who struggles to fit in as she is haunted by her past Without so much as a note or shawl April was abandoned by her mother at birth and dumped in a nearby dustbin Luckily her constant cries which later gained her one of her nicknames April Showers was heard by the local pizza boy Frankie who saved her lifeThe reader is introduced to April on her 14th birthday which happens to be on April 1st hence she adopted the nickname April Fools For her birthday she receives a pair of earrings from her old fashioned foster mother Marion not uite the present April had wished for Still without a mobile phone unlike her friends April and Marion have a dispute and April storms out and sets off on a journey to meet her previous foster parents in order to discover about her childhoodApril didn t always have a great upbringing being moved from home to home and relationships never seemed to last She witnessed the marital breakdown of the people she trusted the most which ended in her mummy committing suicide as her daddy had run off with another woman She was freuently bullied by another foster child until she eventually retaliated landing the girl in hospital and was later coerced into burglaryAlong April s journey she finds many people from her past and even makes new friends nevertheless she still feels very lonesome and empty something is missing One uestion remains throughout will she ever find her birth motherIn the final chapters of the book April finds the number of who she suspects to be her birth mother however later finds out that the number belongs to an excited Frankie who has been looking for her from the day she was taken away This may not be the happy ending the reader wanted for April but is a happy ending nonetheless as April comes to the realisation of how grateful she is to have a wonderful foster mother good friends and a new found relationship with FrankieThis book is ideal for independent reading for older readers from the age of 10 as Jacueline Wilson discusses many relatable issues such as crushes fitting in bullying and parental disputes The author captivates the reader with April s story and leaves them always wanting to know Readers are able to sympathise with the character and hope that in the end she will achieve what she set out to find and also get the answers to her uestionsAs well as being an interesting read there is also a moral to the story which in this case was life may not always be perfect but be grateful for what you have and make the most of it which may be an inspiration to many young readers


10 thoughts on “Dustbin Baby

  1. says:

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  2. says:

    Jacueline Wilson has written many amazing books but Dustbin Baby has to be one of my favourites especially for an older reader and is a story I will never forgetApril the main character is a lonely girl with a vivid imagination who struggles to fit in as she is haunted by her past Without so much as a note or shawl April was abandoned by her mother at birth and dumped in a nearby dustbin Luckily her constant cries which later g

  3. says:

    Honestly I forgot just how dark the story line for this one was After putting the book down from reading the last page I was in total shock It's one of Jacky's hard hitting novelsDustbin Baby follows young April on her 14th birthday and wanting a mobile phone as a present from her foster Mum Instead she gets a pair of earrings and after rowing about them she storms off and fails to show up for school April decides to visit locatio

  4. says:

    Wilson is really amazing with her orphaned little girl stories Tracy Beaker was very good too and this is excell

  5. says:

    3 Stars This one takes me back Again Jacueline Wilson manages to bring up so many troubling and disturbing subjects in a childrente

  6. says:

    Dustbin Baby is about 14 year old April who gets thrown away by her mother whem she was born April spends 1 day trying to find her biological mother and her other foster mothers April finds an old friend and some new onesApril always compares herself to her best friends Hannah and Cathy begging Marion her foster mother

  7. says:

    Jacueline Wilson has written many amazing books but Dustbin Baby has to be one of my favourites and is a story I will never forgetApril the main character is a lonely girl with a vivid imagination who struggles to fit in as she is haunted by her past Without so much as a note or shawl April was abandoned by her m

  8. says:

    Jacueline Wilson's books were what introduced me to the fantastic world of reading it was what turned me into a book lover and I really must thank Jacueline Wilson for everything she has done The great thing about growing up reading Wilson's books is that all her books covers real and important issues and there's no love stories except for Girls because the books are for children and her books were mainly about no matter how hard

  9. says:

    A very sad tale of a girl's journey through childhood in the context of being abandoned in a dustbin at birth fos

  10. says:

    I had a week before me during which I was planning and packing for a very big trip two thick books lined up in the ueue which would

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