April knows she was abandoned in a rubbish bin as a newborn baby, fourteen years ago. Now she's happily settled with her foster mother, Marion - but there's a part of April that's desperate to know where she really came from, and who she really is. If only she could remember her real mother - or even find her . . .
An engrossing, engaging and highly moving novel from the acclaimed bestseller Jacqueline Wilson.
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This book was great, the only think I think is wrong with it is when Marion says “-idiots announcing ‘hello, I’m on the train’ as if anyone cares!” because my dad works quite far from my home so he has to get the train and he always starts a call conversation with mum with “hello, I’m just on the train!” and it kinda offends me but otherwise great 😊
Great, but short
This book really gets to u and is grest for years 10 and over (but mostly for people who understand like birth and stuff like that...) But i only have 1 fault! it is quite short. I loved it so much i wanted to carry on but it finished the story :( but other than that it is the est book!!
I read this when I was 9 or 10 and was very confused. I am now 12 and have read it over and it makes more sense lol.
I think it should be 10 or 11+ :)