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My Naughty Little Sister

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And Bad Harry showed my Naughty little sister a lovely, spongey trifle covered with creamy stuff and with silver balls and jelly sweets on the top. Read more about the condition Very Good: A book that has been read and does not look new, but is in excellent condition.my naughty little sister and Bad Harry make friends with a mouse and find a hiding place for their bread crusts! Of course, the little sister ends up in the water, and both girls get in trouble with their mother when they get home.

Illustrator Shirley Hughes was on Women's Hour yesterday and I would love to ask her if she knew the author (do illustrators always know the authors? The children sneak downstairs whilst all the 'good' children are playing 'ring-o'-roses' to have a look at the Birthday Tea. The natural forebears of Horrid Henry, the classic stories about My Naughty Little Sister have delighted children for fifty years. Johnny Morris reading his own very funny sories in his very funny voices was a big favourite - also Little Grey Rabbit.I am being to think the author of the 1001 children's books you must read before you grew up did in fact not read any of these or maybe doesn't know child development. Dorothy Edwards Dorothy Edwards dreamt up My Naughty Little Sister whilst on a family holiday in 1950. But when she has measles she's itchy and sad and grumpy and has to stay in bed and can't be naughty at all! More trouble from my naughty little sister – she goes exploring up a chimney and learns how to make sweets. Todo el rato es la protagonista contando historias de cuando eran más chicas y su hermana se mandaba travesuras y trataba de salirse con la suya, y mensajes de qué bueno que el lector no es así de malo.

I like it because my bigger sister bought me this book and I like when the little sister is naughty but then at the end of the book she's nice and my sister said I'm her naughty little sister. Naughty is a word which is, today, thankfully used only to describe behaviour and not individual children. For fifty years, stories about the funny, loveable, mischievous little girl have enchanted children all over the world. who befriend and look out for them As an adult reader, I am less wistful about the sheer amount of drudgery and female labour described within: Much of their exploits occur when the sisters are left to amuse themselves whilst their mother boils the washing, beats the carpets and scrubs the floors in a seemingly continuous loop.

More trouble from my naughty little sister - she goes exploring a chimney and learns how to make sweets. It's a very nostalgic read, but also timeless - small children will always be mischievous, get into scrapes, do naughty and greedy things, and probably after saying sorry, do something similar again. In 1999 she was awarded an OBE for services to children\'s literature and in 2000 was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

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