Sleepovers (book)

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Sleepovers
Author Jacqueline Wilson
Illustrator Nick Sharratt
Cover artist Nick Sharratt
Language English
Publication date
2001
Media type Hardcover
Pages 112
ISBN 978-0385601818

Sleepovers is a 2001 children's novel by the English writer Jacqueline Wilson, illustrated by Nick Sharratt.[1]

Plot[edit]

The story is about an eight-year-old girl called Daisy and the friends at her new school (in alphabetical order): Amy, Bella, Chloe, Daisy and Emily. Each girl has their birthday coming up consequently, they all decide that a sleepover party would be a good idea. Daisy is invited to Amy's, Bella's and Emily's sleepovers without hesitation. However, Chloe, who is very bossy and tries not to invite Daisy to her sleepover, starts to boss everyone into her ideas and especially torment Daisy, this then enables a sudden fear that Lily (Daisy's disabled sister) would trigger further torment from Chloe.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stubbings, David (25 September 2014). "Guildford Book Festival: 10 previous works from the 2014 line-up". Get Surrey.