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Donna Parker On Her Own ➽ [Download] ✤ Donna Parker On Her Own By Marcia Martin ➲ – Thomashillier.co.uk Donna s parents are offered the trip of a lifetime to Europe and India The only catch is that Donna and Jimmy cannot travel with themA number of options are examined but finally it is decided that a y Donna s parents On Her PDF/EPUB å are offered the trip of a lifetime to Europe and India The only catch is that Donna and Jimmy cannot travel with themA number of options are examined but finally it is decided that a young teacher from Jimmy s school will stay at the Parker family home and look after Donna and Jimmy With fewer rules to worry about, Donna enjoys her new found sense of independence Donna Parker Kindle - However, she learns that independence comes with some big responsibilities and new worries.


10 thoughts on “Donna Parker On Her Own

  1. Milley Milley says:

    I wish i had read these as a kid I love the detail I love the way they capture Donna s internal resentments and doubts This is he second one i have read I was having a chuckle trying to figure out how old she was At first i thought it had said 16 and I thought she was very immature Then I thought 12 as they said Jr High Now i realize it was 14 So she certainly isn t anyimmature than today s sheltered Millenials Not sure if I will keep in my collection.


  2. Katherine Katherine says:

    This story was very good It s a good read for young girls


  3. Teri Teri says:

    I m pretty sure I read at least some of this series when I was a kid Last night my mom and I were discussing yesterday s Goodreads FB question about first favorite authors, and that got us thinking about old series from my childhood She remembered she had been given this old book a while ago I read the entire thing and had a fun, nostalgic evening Such a sweet and innocent time.


  4. Chris Chris says:

    Although the book was a sweet story, it was extremely outdated I m sure young girls of years gone by read this book, but post modern readers will be bored I could only recommend this book to older readers.


  5. John Arden John Arden says:

    This was fairly dull and predictable, but not totally obnoxious.


  6. Anita Burkett Anita Burkett says:

    Some growing up and lessons learned A good read for junior high aged girls.


  7. Nicole Farrell Nicole Farrell says:

    I remember reading this and really enjoyed it.


  8. Judy Judy says:

    So I liked this series, but I don t remember the stories I do remember all of the covers, however, except for this one.


  9. Duckyard Swan Duckyard Swan says:

    The author sthan occasional abrupt change from one scene to another without any transition was a little annoying, and Donna herself probably ought to be on some kind of mood stabilizing pharmaceuticals, but other than that this was a nice trip back to the days when people knew their neighbors, looked out for each other, and found satisfaction in simple pursuits like square dances and ice cream sundae making contests Although I grew up in the 70s, 20 years after this book was published, t The author sthan occasional abrupt change from one scene to another without any transition was a little annoying, and Donna herself probably ought to be on some kind of mood stabilizing pharmaceuticals, but other than that this was a nice trip back to the days when people knew their neighbors, looked out for each other, and found satisfaction in simple pursuits like square dances and ice cream sundae making contests Although I grew up in the 70s, 20 years after this book was published, the homeyness of it reminded me vividly of my own childhood


  10. Michelle Michelle says:

    This was a cute read, though very dated I d hesitate in giving it to a younger child today thanks to gems like For a woman driver, you re not so bad, Miss Dengrove I hope we make it back all right There s also a male coach who is incredibly sexist by modern standards, though we are supposed to find him charming Still, an older child will probably be able to recognize and understand some of thedated aspects.


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