The Lottie Project

The Lottie Project

by Jacqueline Wilson (Author), Nick Sharratt (Illustrator)


A tale of two girls from different times, but with similar problems. Charlie thinks the Victorians were not at all dull, and Lottie, who is also eleven, certainly isn't. Her life is hard work, but Charlie thinks Lottie would know what to do about her mum's dreadful boyfriend and his wimpy son.


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Format: Illustrated
Pages: 204
Edition: Reprint
Publisher: Corgi Yearling, London
Published: 04 Jun 1998

ISBN 10: 044086366X
ISBN 13: 9780440863663
Children’s book age: 9-11 Years
Book Overview: Jacqueline Wilson has won both the Smarties Prize and the Children's Book Award for her past work.
Prizes: Shortlisted for Children's Book Award: Short Novel Category 1998.

Media Reviews
Wilson creatively reshapes [heroine] Charlie's own experiences to depict the plight of a girl living 100 years earlier, thus adding new dimension to Charlie's perceptions while offering intriguing period particulars. -- Publishers Weekly, Starred Charlie's creative writing is a gentle endorsement for using one's imagination to work through problems. Readers will empathize with many of the situations Charlie copes with. -- The Horn Book Magazine From the Hardcover edition.