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My Naughty Little Sister PDF È My Naughty PDF \

My Naughty Little Sister ❴PDF❵ ✅ My Naughty Little Sister Author Dorothy Edwards – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk My naughty little sister is the naughtiest little girl in the world She is guaranteed to cause mischief wherever she goes She digs up the garden eats all the trifle and she doesn't like Father Christm My naughty little sister is the naughtiest little girl in the world She is guaranteed to cause mischief wherever she goes She digs up the garden eats all the trifle and she doesn't like Father Christmas This title tells stories that are based on the author's recollections of her own childhood with her naughty little sister.


10 thoughts on “My Naughty Little Sister

  1. Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance says:

    A group of children are going fishing One of the girls has a little sister who wants to tag along Of course the little sister ends up in the water and both girls get in trouble with their mother when they get homeI can where children would enjoy these little stories of childhood wickedness The illustrations by Shirley Hughes are iconic


  2. Katy Noyes Katy Noyes says:

    How did I never read this as a child? I'm trying to catch up on classics I someone missed and this was on the listIt's a very nostalgic read but also timeless small children will always be mischievous get into scrapes do naughty and greedy things and probably after saying sorry do something similar againThe narrator's naughty little sister is one such child Neither is named which as an adult strikes me as unusual in a children's book But it does work it makes them archetypes than just individual children there is something of all of us in thereThis little girl is not really 'naughty' as such she eats all the trifle yes Falls in the water throws workmen's sandwiches around but she is just a little girl and really silly and wild than truly 'bad' I feel sorry for 'Bad Harry' stuck with a name like that It might be no wonder if they play up to their titles Seeing her having to go to her big sister's school was possibly my favourite chapter watching her act grown up and proud it was very realistic thinking of my own sonThe misadventures are mostly charming sweet and short for bedtime reading Shirley Hughes as ever manages to convey the sense of the childlike with a sense of time and place in her illustrations I loved meeting the characters for the first time though I'm not sure about all of the messages after all children WILL get up to mischief WILL make mistakes Glad I've read this It may be one I share with my son in the near future


  3. ABC ABC says:

    What a naughty little book I am such a sucker for these sweet little British stories and my son likes them too he laughed out loud Great beginning chapter book for ages four through seven


  4. Marta Cox Marta Cox says:

    Reread this childhood favourite and yes it's dated but it still makes me smile I recommend the next book with Harry too and they take me back to pure nostalgia


  5. Alice Biggerstaff Alice Biggerstaff says:

    'My Naughty Little Sister' series of books were my absolute favourite as a child I remember reading the whole series and wanting to read After re reading this book I loved it all the same This book offers an insight into the mischief that 'My Naughty Little Sister' gets up to She is always causing trouble which is very relatable to many young children with young mischievous siblings It covers the simple theme of growing up through easy to read short chapters


  6. Holland Holland says:

    Charming and an endearing read How uniue that our main child doesn’t have name in the book but it works and if anything the naughty little sister transforms form into a little naughty child I knowmy youngest daughter So I appreciate the the sister being nameless I’m sure when readers young and old read this they either see their younger sibling or themselves Chapter 1 will get you hookedpun intended on this spunky little girl whose imagination is limitless and takes on daring adventures The illustrations will make your heart melt beautiful drawings of a naughty little girl with pig tails adorned with ribbons I understand that when reading this children’s book you have to go back in time and understand the culture of parenting then you can’t help but notice the changes and compare from then to now However chapter 13 made my heart bleed for the naughty little girl her father says he’ll watch his little girl while mama takes big sister shopping for the day He is clearly concentrating on work and obviously doesn’t know how to interact with his baby girl She wants a tea party with her dolly and knows she’s walking on egg shellsmetaphorically speaking around her dad and uses her best manners to him to charm and melt his frustrations Instead of taking a minute or two to give her uality and assurance he takes the tea set doll everything away out of her reach to stop her consistent reuests to create a tea party Distraught she expresses herself as any toddler would instead of empathizing his daughter he threatens and ignores her to get her uiet He works and makes progress in the hours only to discover she’s missing Turns out she heads to the shoe man whom she feels safe and nurtured fromwho feeds her too Mom big sister are relieved to see her Dad is relieved but for different reasons he then declares to everyone now he won’t have to concentrate on his “disagreeable baby” and get back to work Heart wrenching Nothing charming or humorous in that passage even for the 60’s Frankly the chapter made me angry No silver lining this book would get five stars if it wasn’t for this But I won’t let this sad section stop me from pressing on Over all I will read it again with my little girls and probably continue the rest of the series it’s so cute


  7. Lotte Lotte says:

    To be a successful reader you have to know what type of reader you are Some people are mood readers and read a certain genre when they are in a certain mood I am not Some people are audio bookers I am not Some people like reading multiple books at once and flicking between them I tried this for a while and thought it was working it wasn’t This is why it took me so long to read this book I read the first few stories stopped reading for a week read another few stopped reading for a week read the majority of the book stopped reading for a month then read the last two stories today I need to read one book at a time which I will do with the rest of the series that I will hopefully read a lot uickerI enjoyed this book The stories were funny and entertaining I have had these books for a long time and never read them and they are a very easy read I will continue the series The reason I gave it four stars is because I like a gripping book and as each chapter is a different story I didn’t find it gripping at all I only finished reading it today because I want to finish all of the books I have started before the BookTubeAThon on July 30th 4 out of 5 stars


  8. Anna Anna says:

    I read this to my 4 and 5 year olds as bedtime stories The chapters are nice and short But the stories are not really what you want to tell your kids The one child is called “naughty little sister” and “bed child” repeatedly Of course she lives up to her name The stories give bad ideas and they’re just not really very nice It’s old fashioned enough that the father is asked to “mind” his daughter which frustrates me a bit When Bethany and James asked to read book 2 my answer was a uick no Classic or not the next one will be taking a trip to the charity shop without being read On to a edifying chapter book for bed


  9. Jane Jane says:

    Canny But liked the audio tapes better


  10. amle amle says:

    Reading this brings back my childhood memories I really enjoy reading this one


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10 thoughts on “My Naughty Little Sister

  1. Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance says:

    A group of children are going fishing One of the girls has a little sister who wants to tag along Of course the little sister ends up in the water and both girls get in trouble with their mother when they get homeI can where children would enjoy these little stories of childhood wickedness The illustrations by Shirley Hughes are iconic

  2. Katy Noyes Katy Noyes says:

    How did I never read this as a child? I'm trying to catch up on classics I someone missed and this was on the listIt's a very nostalgic read but also timeless small children will always be mischievous get into scrapes do naughty and greedy things and probably after saying sorry do something similar againThe narrator's naughty little sister is one such child Neither is named which as an adult strikes me as unusual in a children's book But it does work it makes them archetypes than just individual children there is something of all of us in thereThis little girl is not really 'naughty' as such she eats all the trifle yes Falls in the water throws workmen's sandwiches around but she is just a little girl and really silly and wild than truly 'bad' I feel sorry for 'Bad Harry' stuck with a name like that It might be no wonder if they play up to their titles Seeing her having to go to her big sister's school was possibly my favourite chapter watching her act grown up and proud it was very realistic thinking of my own sonThe misadventures are mostly charming sweet and short for bedtime reading Shirley Hughes as ever manages to convey the sense of the childlike with a sense of time and place in her illustrations I loved meeting the characters for the first time though I'm not sure about all of the messages after all children WILL get up to mischief WILL make mistakes Glad I've read this It may be one I share with my son in the near future

  3. ABC ABC says:

    What a naughty little book I am such a sucker for these sweet little British stories and my son likes them too he laughed out loud Great beginning chapter book for ages four through seven

  4. Marta Cox Marta Cox says:

    Reread this childhood favourite and yes it's dated but it still makes me smile I recommend the next book with Harry too and they take me back to pure nostalgia

  5. Alice Biggerstaff Alice Biggerstaff says:

    'My Naughty Little Sister' series of books were my absolute favourite as a child I remember reading the whole series and wanting to read After re reading this book I loved it all the same This book offers an insight into the mischief that 'My Naughty Little Sister' gets up to She is always causing trouble which is very relatable to many young children with young mischievous siblings It covers the simple theme of growing up through easy to read short chapters

  6. Holland Holland says:

    Charming and an endearing read How uniue that our main child doesn’t have name in the book but it works and if anything the naughty little sister transforms form into a little naughty child I knowmy youngest daughter So I appreciate the the sister being nameless I’m sure when readers young and old read this they either see their younger sibling or themselves Chapter 1 will get you hookedpun intended on this spunky little girl whose imagination is limitless and takes on daring adventures The illustrations will make your heart melt beautiful drawings of a naughty little girl with pig tails adorned with ribbons I understand that when reading this children’s book you have to go back in time and understand the culture of parenting then you can’t help but notice the changes and compare from then to now However chapter 13 made my heart bleed for the naughty little girl her father says he’ll watch his little girl while mama takes big sister shopping for the day He is clearly concentrating on work and obviously doesn’t know how to interact with his baby girl She wants a tea party with her dolly and knows she’s walking on egg shellsmetaphorically speaking around her dad and uses her best manners to him to charm and melt his frustrations Instead of taking a minute or two to give her uality and assurance he takes the tea set doll everything away out of her reach to stop her consistent reuests to create a tea party Distraught she expresses herself as any toddler would instead of empathizing his daughter he threatens and ignores her to get her uiet He works and makes progress in the hours only to discover she’s missing Turns out she heads to the shoe man whom she feels safe and nurtured fromwho feeds her too Mom big sister are relieved to see her Dad is relieved but for different reasons he then declares to everyone now he won’t have to concentrate on his “disagreeable baby” and get back to work Heart wrenching Nothing charming or humorous in that passage even for the 60’s Frankly the chapter made me angry No silver lining this book would get five stars if it wasn’t for this But I won’t let this sad section stop me from pressing on Over all I will read it again with my little girls and probably continue the rest of the series it’s so cute

  7. Lotte Lotte says:

    To be a successful reader you have to know what type of reader you are Some people are mood readers and read a certain genre when they are in a certain mood I am not Some people are audio bookers I am not Some people like reading multiple books at once and flicking between them I tried this for a while and thought it was working it wasn’t This is why it took me so long to read this book I read the first few stories stopped reading for a week read another few stopped reading for a week read the majority of the book stopped reading for a month then read the last two stories today I need to read one book at a time which I will do with the rest of the series that I will hopefully read a lot uickerI enjoyed this book The stories were funny and entertaining I have had these books for a long time and never read them and they are a very easy read I will continue the series The reason I gave it four stars is because I like a gripping book and as each chapter is a different story I didn’t find it gripping at all I only finished reading it today because I want to finish all of the books I have started before the BookTubeAThon on July 30th 4 out of 5 stars

  8. Anna Anna says:

    I read this to my 4 and 5 year olds as bedtime stories The chapters are nice and short But the stories are not really what you want to tell your kids The one child is called “naughty little sister” and “bed child” repeatedly Of course she lives up to her name The stories give bad ideas and they’re just not really very nice It’s old fashioned enough that the father is asked to “mind” his daughter which frustrates me a bit When Bethany and James asked to read book 2 my answer was a uick no Classic or not the next one will be taking a trip to the charity shop without being read On to a edifying chapter book for bed

  9. Jane Jane says:

    Canny But liked the audio tapes better

  10. amle amle says:

    Reading this brings back my childhood memories I really enjoy reading this one

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