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This book disappointingly I thought was a very bad. I did not enjoy this book.
6 September 2015
I love this book and I think it is a great read for anyone from the age of eight to about fifteen
7 January 2015
I think this book was very intresting and it has a big problem which gets sorted out
27 April 2014
Very exiting but not for ages under 8 as it contains things that are un-appropriate.
19 March 2014
I’ve read this book sometimes it makes me laugh out loud though sometimes its very sad and emotional i recommend the book to someone who isn’t very sensitive as it may upset those who are!
9 March 2014
This emotional story will be sure to make you feel heavy hearted inside, make sure you have your cleanex tissues ready!
This is such a sad book but at the same time is so vivid.
The way it is written makes you feel as if your right there with Ella. I don’t know how Jacqueline Wilson does it but I’d love to find out!
I adore it.
This book is really sad but i liked it alot. I was crying through half of it.
After Ella’s mum goes in a coma after giving birth,Ella turns fascinated at her school project about whale songs. She somehow feels as if the whale song can connect with her mum?..
8 March 2014
Ella’s mum falls in to a coma. Ella is left with her unliked stepdad and her baby brother Samson. She does a school project on whales and is worried she won’t finish on time. Will a whale song be enough to wake her mum up out of her coma.
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