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 . . .
Your not a JW fan until you read this
By Willow Rabbit Bluebell on:
Nice book i love how it gives you both types of writing modern and Victorian! very good.
By Mabel Silly Blossom on:
I think that alot of Jacqueline Wilson books are the same but when I read 'the lottie project' I felt amazed I didn't expect it that good , what I'm trying to say is I'm in love with 'the lottie proje … [ Continue reading ]
By Rhiannon Cherry Midnight on:
This book is amazing def a read for 9 and 10
By Mabel Crystal Jelly on:
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By Mystic Fashion Horse on:
Charlie is a fierce, boy-hating girl who is popular at school. She finds history boring, until her new teacher, Miss Beckworth, sets a class project on the Victorians.
Things become difficult for Charlie when her mum loses her job and then becomes attracted to a wimpy man called Mark. Charlie doesn’t want Mark for a father and certainly doesn’t want his son, Robin, to be her brother, but trying to keep them out of her life leads to even bigger problems.