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I love this book Such a funny, light read I would definitely recommend it to anyone. Very funny and just as fantastic as Lucy Mangan said it would be A natural writer Lovely little book as recommended by Lucy Mangan They did things differently way back when but I rather loved this little girl. Hmm Thought I d enjoy this book a lotthan I did I possibly would have liked it if I read it when I was seven or eight, but meeting Lizzie for the first time as an adult I just found her irritating and unbelievably bratty So much slapping from her siblings, and especially from various adults some not even related to her not that that makes it acceptable Okaaaay It s fair to say I probably shan t bother with the sequel Sorry to all those who see what I don t this is just my o Hmm Thought I d enjoy this book a lotthan I did I possibly would have liked it if I read it when I was seven or eight, but meeting Lizzie for the first time as an adult I just found her irritating and unbelievably bratty So much slapping from her siblings, and especially from various adults some not even related to her not that that makes it acceptable Okaaaay It s fair to say I probably shan t bother with the sequel Sorry to all those who see what I don t this is just my opinion Not Found rec by Lucy Mangan read again still hilarious One of my all time favourite books from childhood I could read again and again I always read it with an accent in my head like the ones they had in the famous TV show Bread Favourite as a child, favourite as an adult Brought a tear to my eye passing on my books also knock and wait to my 8 year old daughter Now she adores them too `DOWNLOAD EBOOK ⇟ Private - Keep Out! ↙ A forgotten classic brought back into print for the first time in decades the missing literary sister to Anne of Green Gables and Tracy Beaker, a tough and spirited girl s adventures growing up in a northern post war mining townI told our Lucy I m going to be a writer when I grow up and she said, You should be a good one then You tell enough lies Psst We know you shouldn t really read something labelled private but this book is special It s written by young girl growing up in a mining town inwho is practising to become a writer when she grows up possibly It s hard work being a writer There s no privacy in a house with six kids and there s no time, especially if you have to go to school and to dancing class and wear frilly knickers and Sunday school and sing about being a sunbeam You re supposed to write about what you know, which means this book is about annoying sisters with no sense of humour and brothers who think they know everything, and bullies and chicken spots and being run over Sometimes you can write about good things that happen, like going to the seaside or Christmas Eve, but mostly the stories end with being sent to bed early in disgrace But when the writer is a tough, spiky and funny as this one, her adventures will always be worth reading