Sleepover Girls on Safari (The Sleepover Club, #51) By Angie Bates

'The Sleepover Club' series is what made me love reading. I got given a few when I was about 8 or 9 years old and very quickly got hooked, reading the whole series. This meant that I was hooked on reading in general and began widening my horizon in terms of author/genre etc, and I haven't stopped since! Therefore, for me, the series educated me to an invaluable level and was the origin of my thirst for reading, writing and learning. The content is completely appropriate, fun and relatable for young girls of about 8 - 12 years old, and the characters lovable. Each book takes a different theme, so I had my favourites that I re-read countless times. I think its fun that each book follows the same aesthetic design, making them fun to collect as a set and in doing so, encouraging further reading through collecting more books. They also feel rather 'grown-up' to read, meaning that pre-teen girls just love them. Lexis and syntax are easy enough for a 9 year old to read alone, yet simultaneously challenging enough to develop reading skills. Perfect books for pre-teen girls to encourage further reading. 0007117663

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Join the Sleepover club: Frankie, Kenny, Falicity, Rosie and Lyndsey, five girls who just want to have fun – but who always end up in mischief.

A school trip to Gawdy Castle Safari Park – coo-ell! There’ll be lions and monkey and best of all... tigers. All that and the Gawdy ghost – what better way to kick off a safari sleepover. The problem is, the only thing haunting the Sleepover Club is a member of the M&Ms who’s getting a bit too close for comfort...

Grab those binoculars and let’s get tracking! Sleepover Girls on Safari (The Sleepover Club, #51)