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eBook Glubbslyme ePub

by Jacqueline Wilson

  • ISBN: 0192715631
  • Category: Animals
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Jacqueline Wilson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press (May 26, 1988)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1904 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1292 kb
  • Other: rtf mobi doc txt
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 977

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A corgi yearling book 978 0 440 86858 3. First published in Great Britain by Oxford University Press, 1987.

A corgi yearling book 978 0 440 86858 3. Cover illustration by Nick Sharratt.

He peered about him, looking pleased, although it wasn’t a neat and tidy garden at all. Dad didn’t often get round to cutting the grass and besides, Rebecca liked to pick the daisies and make herself necklaces. Daisies were often the only flowers growing in the garden, apart from some pretty white blossoms that wound up and down the fence. Rebecca wondered hopefully if they were lilies. She had tried sprinkling a few seed packets into the earth but hadn’t had much success. It was irritating because lots of weeds grew without any encouragement whatsoever.

Rebecca Cockgoldde, Rotting In Pond,’ Glubbslyme corrected her. He traced the letters lovingly with his little black fingers.

There was no mistaking his tears now. His shoulders heaved as he sobbed. Rebecca Cockgoldde, Rotting In Pond,’ Glubbslyme corrected her. At first I did cast myself down into the dark depths with my poor mistress and determined to rot there too.

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Glubbslyme' is one of Jacqueline Wilson's earlier novels in which the title is the name of the magical toad that main .

Glubbslyme' is one of Jacqueline Wilson's earlier novels in which the title is the name of the magical toad that main character Rebecca accidentally befriends. This toad has the ability to talk and to cast spells upon others. I have read many Jacqueline Wilson books and the reason Glubbslyme stands out for me is because it's quite different from the others in regards to 'Glubbslyme' is one of Jacqueline Wilson's earlier novels in which the title is the name of the magical toad that main character Rebecca accidentally befriends.

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The wind blew hard and the sky was almost black. Rebecca was getting very wet. Her dress was soaking and the Ariel ointment was beginning to bubble. I think that’s enough rain for now, Glubbslyme,’. she whispered into the shopping bag. Glubbslyme sighed. I summon forth a squally tempest but before it has scarce begun you wish it stopped. The Magical Arts are not worked like your newfangled taps, child. But I’m getting soaked,’ said Rebecca. She had often been soaked in the short time she had known Glubbslyme.

Glubbslyme is a novel by Jacqueline Wilson published in 1990. When Rebecca wades into the witch's pond after a row with her best friend Sarah, she meets a very unusual new friend - a huge, warty toad!

Glubbslyme is a novel by Jacqueline Wilson published in 1990. When Rebecca wades into the witch's pond after a row with her best friend Sarah, she meets a very unusual new friend - a huge, warty toad! And Glubbslyme is no ordinary toad. Hundreds of years old, he can talk and - best of all - he can work magic.

Glubbslyme is a fantasy novel by the children's author Jacqueline Wilson. A girl called Rebecca has just had a row with her best friend, Sarah, because of Mandy, who is pretty, girly type, who can sometimes be quite nasty and rude to Rebecca. Both Rebecca and Mandy thinks that Sarah is their best friend. One day, the girls discover a pond. Rebecca spins a tale, saying that it is a witch's pond in which a witch drowned. Sarah seems to be impressed.

Rebecca Brown discovers a talking toad called Glubbslyme in an old witch's pond. When Glubbslyme tells Rebecca that he is hundreds of years old and can perform real magic, Rebecca imagines how she can get revenge on her worst enemy, the oh-so-superior Mandy who has "stolen" Rebecca's best friend Sarah away from her. But Glubbslyme turns out to be a bit of a character, and things don't quite work out as Rebecca expected.

Comments

Golkree Golkree
Super cute and great for early readers! My daughter who has a sibling who is special needs has so far enjoyed reading this book! It has lingo from Britain so I do have to explain some stuff to her but it’s honestly a great book!
Love Me Love Me
Its a bit similar to other stories by Jaqueline Wilson. I had just finished reading Cookie - and the character Chloe in Sleepovers was very similar to Skye in Cookie. I liked how the girls didn't make fun of the main character's sister, Lily, who has special needs. I would recommend it for 8-10 year olds.
Adorardana Adorardana
The way how the book made me feel happy, sad and then happy again made me feel like I was one of the five characters. The book was easy and fun to read. I would highly recommend this entertaining book.
skyjettttt skyjettttt
Great for the kids
Foxanayn Foxanayn
This story is amazing I rly liked how at the end daisy got her wish and how Emily goes away

Jacqueline Wilson ur a very good author ????????????. I would like to rate this 5stars
Carrot Carrot
Good product, Thanks
Dandr Dandr
This is a great book I think every 7-14 year old will possibly will like it I chose this rating because it is a funny book and I really enjoyed it I would definitly read it a third time if i wasn't juggling so many other books????
I really like Jacqueline Wilson and her stories. My earliest memories of books was me in my bed with my mama reading stories to me. mostly, I made her read Jacqueline's books. I still have the habit, it seems :)