Reading ➽ Raspberries on the Yangtze Author Karen Wallace – Writerscompany.co.uk

Raspberries on the Yangtze The Yangtze In This Story Is Not A River In China It S The Name Nancy Gives To A Special Place Near The Edge Of Her Town In The Backwoods Of Quebec, Canada There, Where The Wild Raspberries Grow, Nancy And Her Friends, The Strange And Wonderful Sisters Clare And Amy, Explore And Let Their Imaginations Soar The Girls Wonder About Their Neighbor, Sandra The Troublemaker, And Her Teenage Sister, Tracy Sandra S Mother Thinks Nancy Is A Bad Influence But Nancy Has Seen And Heard Strange Things Happening At Sandra S House She S Sure Secrets Are Hidden Behind Those Closed Doors.During This Summer Of Change, As Nancy Struggles To Make Sense Of The World Around Her, She Learns That Things Are Seldom What They Seem Once Something Is Revealed, You Can T Go Back To The Age Of Innocence.


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10 thoughts on “Raspberries on the Yangtze

  1. says:

    Raspberries On The Yangtze was a very good book The back cover quoted a review that said, a coming of age story and I wholeheartedly agree with that statement.This short but powerful book tells the story of Nancy, her brother Andrew, and their friends Their knowledge of the facts of life are garnered from listening at doors, playground gossip Nancy tells facts of life for ju


  2. says:

    Wow this book was amazing I fell in love with raspberries on the yangtze within the first page The characters are so believeable and charming The way the book is told through nancy s point of view is brillant I was so captivated by the story line and i truly felt as if i was in Canada with Nancy her brother Andrew and her dear little friends It was also fascinating reading how children per


  3. says:

    I remember liking this gem a lot and finding the main character s antics amusing.


  4. says:

    The Yangtze is not in this instance the river in China It is something, I won t say what, Nancy and her friends have christened with that nickname, when they go adventuring in the woods in Quebec, Canada I will say that it s not the Gatineau River they all live near that they call the Yangtze.Set in the fifties, it tells a tale of old fashioned childhood before mobile phones, and even before it was comm


  5. says:

    Nice enough little read but the cover was engrossing than the plot.


  6. says:

    This is on the school reading list for my 10 year old The title and the first line are the best bits about the book Easy read but slow.


  7. says:

    My low review is only really because I read this when I was younger 10ish and don t remember much of the things I like to judge my books on effectiveness of prose, etcetera etcetera.However, this isn t a children s book I m not even sure if it s an older children s book It needs an understanding to understand That sounds very redundant, actually I consider myself as having an understanding of books now of the way irony work


  8. says:

    bookcrossing journal from 2007 I don t know whether this is really children s fiction I read it this evening and I really enjoyed it.It describes an old fashioned childhood of children out playing make believe games, being allowed out into the local countryside on their own to explore Set in Canada, the narrator is a young girl called Nancy, who lives with her parents, elder brother Andrew and their many cats and dogs They are fri


  9. says:

    A lovely little book.Yeah that sounds patronising.well, it is a short book, you can read it in an hour or two but it doesn t mean it doesn t have depths.It s a coming of age story.Of childhood innocence that I think many city kids have probably never had or will never have again.country kids like...


  10. says:

    A descoberta de que os beb s s o feitos nos arm rios.A tentativa de envenenamento da pr pria m e.Outro a re ler A re leitura demonstrou me que este n o um livro por a al m criativo nem que valha a pena por a al m como que um drama de u...


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