Hi! I’m Charlie (DON’T call me Charlotte – ever!). History is boring, right? Wrong! The Victorians weren’t all deadly dull and drippy. Lottie certainly isn’t. She’s eleven – like me – but she’s left school and has a job as a nursery maid. Her life is really hard, just work work work, but I bet she’d know what to do about my mum’s awful boyfriend and his wimpy little son. I bet she wouldn’t mess it all up like I do . . .
Jacqueline Wilson The Lottie Project
The Lottie Project
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I thought the book was great that she hates to do boring history project but she likes to do it when she discovers a photo of a Victorian girl named Lottie, who looked alike to Charlie. I don’t like how she is mean to Robin when he didn’t do anything wrong. And a bit confused by the switching sides, like when I’m reading Charlie’s story, it suddenly turned to Lottie’s story.
This book made me feel Amused, Confused
Jovana6623( age 10 )
This book is so funny! Charlotte (A.K.A) Charlie , writes a song about this stupid boy who sits next to her!( LOL) She gets a suprise by him in the end!.....
This book made me feel mischevious
Delilah3322( age 9 )
the main character of this book is called Charlotte but has only ever been called Charlie. when Charlie moves into year 6 and "mean miss beckworth" seats her next to "snotty Jamie Edwards" (who's always trying to impress) and sets every one to do a Victorian project Charlie loses her mind and decides to take it out on little Robin who is the child Charlie's mum looks after.
This book made me feel Happy, Sad, Curious, Scared, Intrigued, Amused, Moved
RobertPiggottYr6Cherry19_20( age 11 )