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Buried Alive! Tim s quiet holiday in Wales, with his parents and his best friend Biscuits, unexpectedly becomes truly terribly adventurous An encounter with two local bully boys threatens to disrupt Tim and Biscuits s fun but their friendship is also threatened by the arrival of Tim s ebullient friend, Kelly Tim tells the story in snappy prose punctuated with revealing, illustrated extracts from his and Biscuits s holiday diaries ✅ Book Lover PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Jennifer Kaufman – Kleankitchen.co.uk with his parents and his best friend Biscuits [Ebook] ➧ Secret Delivery / Her 24-Hour Protector ➭ Delores Fossen – Kleankitchen.co.uk unexpectedly becomes truly terribly adventurous An encounter with two local bully boys threatens to disrupt Tim and Biscuits s fun but their friendship is also threatened by the arrival of Tim s ebullient friend ❮PDF❯ ❤ Kholodovs Last Mistress Author Kate Hewitt – Kleankitchen.co.uk Kelly Tim tells the story in snappy prose punctuated with revealing [Télécharger] ➵ Wicked Sinner (Regency Sinners 7) Auteur Carole Mortimer – Kleankitchen.co.uk illustrated extracts from his and Biscuits s holiday diaries


About the Author: Jacqueline Wilson

Jacqueline Wilson was born in Bath in 1945, but spent most of her childhood in Kingston on Thames She always wanted to be a writer and wrote her first novel when she was nine, filling in countless Woolworths exercise books as she grew up As a teenager she started work for a magazine publishing company and then went on to work as a journalist on Jackie magazine which she was told was named after her before turning to writing novels full time.One of Jacqueline s most successful and enduring creations has been the famous Tracy Beaker, who first appeared in 1991 in The Story of Tracy Beaker This was also the first of her books to be illustrated by Nick Sharratt Since then Jacqueline has been on countless awards shortlists and has gone on to win many awards The Illustrated Mum won the Guardian Children s Fiction Award, the 1999 Children s Book of the Year at the British Book Awards and was also shortlisted for the 1999 Whitbread Children s Book Award.Double Act won the prestigious Smarties Medal and the Children s Book Award as well as being highly commended for the Carnegie Medal The Story of Tracy Beaker won the 2002 Blue Peter People s Choice Award.Jacqueline is one of the nation s favourite authors, and her books are loved and cherished by young readers not only in the UK but all over the world She has sold millions of books and in the UK alone the total now stands at over 35 million In 2002 Jacqueline was awarded the OBE for services to literacy in schools and from 2005 to 2007 she was the Children s Laureate In 2008 she became Dame Jacqueline Wilson.



10 thoughts on “Buried Alive!

  1. Amy Amy says:

    This is probably one of my least favourite Jacqueline Wilson books i ve read I don t ever recall reading this as a child so maybe things would have been different if I read it back then, but as an adult there were just some off things with this book.The main issue for me is the whole book seems to be focused on Biscuit s weight every page there is a comment on it, how he should go on a diet, or just ridiculous focus on the amount of food that he eats I get it s meant to be a children s book This is probably one of my least favourite Jacqueline Wilson books i ve read I don t ever recall reading this as a child so maybe things would have been different if I read it back then, but as an adult there were just some off things with this book.The main issue for me is the whole book seems to be focused on Biscuit s weight every page there is a comment on it, how he should go on a diet, or just ridiculous focus on the amount of food that he eats I get it s meant to be a children s book but when the overwhelming focus appears to be on someone s weight it starts to get a little bit harmful for me The plot felt quite weak to me and the ending was so sudden it had me pausing there was no wrap up to this story which Wilson normally does quite well It just suddenly ends as if there s a few pages missing It wasn t terrible at all, but it just isn t one of my favourites

  2. Hannah Hannah says:

    I decided to re read this book recently, and although I liked this book better then the previous instalment in Tim s life, I still found myself eager to finish it because there arethings I would rather have read Although, I loved Jacqueline Wilson growing up and this book is another fine story by her.Buried Alive is about a boy called Tim who is going on a holiday He decides to take his friend, Biscuits, who he met on an adventure holiday Cliffhanger another book by Jacqueline Wilson I decided to re read this book recently, and although I liked this book better then the previous instalment in Tim s life, I still found myself eager to finish it because there arethings I would rather have read Although, I loved Jacqueline Wilson growing up and this book is another fine story by her.Buried Alive is about a boy called Tim who is going on a holiday He decides to take his friend, Biscuits, who he met on an adventure holiday Cliffhanger another book by Jacqueline Wilson with him They all set off and there is a mixture of emotions Tim is in no way sporty and hates any activity he has to do where he moves He likes exploring, building and seeing new things not racing, golfing and showing off Biscuits is in love with food and would do anything if food comes with him Despite Tim s horror towards all sports and activities involving exercise, his dad is forceful and makes Tim use these skills and forces Tim to do new sporty things Whereas Tim s mum, would rather he came traipsing round the shops with her, she knows of his fear of getting things wrong and wants to protect him The plot is good and there are a minimal amount of twists that make the story interesting Before each chapter there is a diary entry from both Biscuits and Tim, outlining the chapter ahead Although this could ruin things for the upcoming chapter, Jacqueline Wilson has done it very well and left people guessing and lets the diary entries just be small hints towards the upcoming events In the book, Cliffhanger, which is actually a prequel to this , I was disappointed by the lack of character build there was The characters were witty and fun, however your opinions of them were already set out for you You hated the bad guy and you liked the good guy, because there was no other alternative interpretations you could pick up from the characters presentation It was already laid out for you However, in this book you set your own opinions and Jacqueline Wilson has usedadvanced techniques where someone who wants to see an alternative to the characters, is able to paint the idea in their head and follow it through throughout the book The chapters are a lot longer and are seeminglyenjoyable, as they havethen just one plot twist embedded in every one.There is a comical feel to this book and although there are tense dramas you don t feel that the book is too silly, or that the book is forcing too much drama on you Of course, Jacqueline has continued to use literary techniques and linguistic devices which can be useful for the classroom if you were using this book, however its silly enjoyable for people who are reading it out of sheer pleasure Personally, the book isn t a favourite of mine The story just isn t something that I like or would read again anytime soon I think this isaimed at boys, which is good because sometimes I believe that most of Jacqueline Wilson s books are girly, but maybe a boy would prefer this Or anyone who enjoys adventure books Younger readers would enjoy this book too I wasn t the target audience for this book, clearly, however when I was younger I felt the same way about the book and always put it towards the back of my shelf behind every other Jacqueline Wilson book I had

  3. Donna Mcaleese Donna Mcaleese says:

    I was pleasantly surprised to find this title as the previous Jacqueline Wilson books I have read have been aimed at young women rather than a mixed audience, Buried Alive is the tale of a boys adventure which happens to feature a rather familiar female character called Kelly as a side kick to the two best friends This is probably best for solitary readers rather than a read aloud story time due to the fact that it is a sequel to Wilson s Cliffhanger and so some may be familiar with the cha I was pleasantly surprised to find this title as the previous Jacqueline Wilson books I have read have been aimed at young women rather than a mixed audience, Buried Alive is the tale of a boys adventure which happens to feature a rather familiar female character called Kelly as a side kick to the two best friends This is probably best for solitary readers rather than a read aloud story time due to the fact that it is a sequel to Wilson s Cliffhanger and so some may be familiar with the characters and be particularly drawn to it I enjoyed the boys enthusiasm and excitement throughout the holiday to Llanpistyll Wales, specifically Biscuits food diaries.Themes included personal weaknesses and strengths and the characters ability to over come difference and accept qualities they may have viewed as faults at first The importance of friendship and loyalty were highlighted through the three way relationship of Tim, best buddy Biscuits and Tims girlfriend Kelly The most prominent was the issue of bullying, the effect this had on Tim and the way it was consequently resolved the adult finally stepping in to take control of the situation but later realising that prickle head had issues of his own to deal with, this forces the reader to question Prickle heads motives and actions I felt that this would be a great focal point for students reviewing the book and a chance to show empathy towards the bad character For 9 12 year olds

  4. Brianna Brianna says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book is interesting because of the inspiring language and the way it s set out and the whole idea of it was a joy to read I really wanted to keep reading I like how it was a sequel to the first book cliff hanger I enjoyed ho they never knew what to do then they solved their problems It is a wonderful book for young readers and if you haven t already you should definitely read it

  5. Beth Stewart Beth Stewart says:

    This boom wasn t very good I thought it was quite boring Tim, Kelly and Biscuits said in Cliffhanger It wasn t a good storyline I thought it was not exciting As much as I love Jacqueline Wilson, this has got to be the WORST book she has ever wrote

  6. Year 6 Year 6 says:

    Raul This is a hilarious book, interesting us with our young, non adventurous boy TIm and his lad Biscuits defending themselves from the bullies of Llampistyll I would recommend this book to anyone

  7. Nicole Nicole says:

    Read this for a video Unfortunately I did not like this as much I did as a child The language surrounding weight would probably be deemed slightly problematic in todays society I also thought the plot was a little weak and lacked the grit of some of her other books

  8. Carlee Loveday Carlee Loveday says:

    Not as good as the rest of her books, possibly designed for a young boy

  9. Lochgelly High School LRC Lochgelly High School LRC says:

    It s an interesting book, a good one really I like how there is loads of characters but it s constantly saying and Emma McGrath, S1.

  10. Kestrel Class Kestrel Class says:

    It is a good book with a few twists

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