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7 edition of The Tulip Touch found in the catalog.

The Tulip Touch

  • 320 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social Issues - General,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Fiction,
  • Behavior,
  • Emotional problems,
  • Fiction,
  • Friendship,
  • Children: Grades 3-4

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9351863M
    ISBN 100613182855
    ISBN 109780613182850

    The Tulip Touch Anne Fine Published: Country: United Kingdom ISBN: Pages: Anne Fine’s The Tulip Touch is a brilliant insight in to child friendship, influence and manipulation. Natalie is a young girl whose family run hotels. Upon moving to a hotel in a new area Natalie meets Tulip, a mysterious, remote girl who initially creates great intrigue, soon Author: Anne Fine.   Natalie lives with her father, a hotel manager, and her mother, who is loving but pays more attention to Natalie's young brother Julius. When they go to live in a hotel called 'The Palace' where Natalie meets Tulip Pierce, an enigmatic girl of Nat.

    Get this from a library! The Tulip touch: a novel. [Anne Fine] -- Natalie, who lives in the large hotel managed by her father, has a dangerous friendship with Tulip, the wildly uncontrollable girl on a neighboring farm. Tulip is different from anyone Natalie has.   Title: The Tulip Touch Author: Anne Fine Series: N/A Genre: Contemporary Summary: The Tulip Touch is about a girl who's best friend is a nightmare. No one else wants to be Tulips friend apart from Natalie. Tulip plays strange games, such as Stinking Mackerel and Road Of Bones. At first Natalie thinks they're exciting but.

    The Tulip Touch (Puffin Modern Classics). Book Binding:Paperback / softback. Author:Fine, Anne. General Interest. All of our paper waste is recycled within . The Tulip Touch is suitable for class work, drama lessons and school productions. The resource material includes advice on staging the play, ideas for improvisation arising from the script, poems and extracts from fictional and non-fictional writing.


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The Tulip Touch, by Anne Fine, is about a girl called Natalie who starts at a new school after a change in her fathers job causes her family to move.

Not knowing anyone, she becomes intrigued by a girl called Tulip, who is an outcast among the rest The Tulip Touch book the class/5.

The Tulip Touch didn't share any of the former's problems. It is simply an amazing book that really made me think about some of The Tulip Touch book friendships I had in high school (I just graduated).

The plot follows Natalie who is the best friend of Tulip. Tulip comes from a totally unloving and abusive family and is a trouble-maker/5(9). If Tulip skips school and is rude to the teachers, that's part of her magnetism. If Tulip tells lies to the other girls in school, that only shows how special she is.

Tulip can lie so convincingly that Natalie almost has to believe her -- that's the Tulip Touch. And then there are the games that Tulip makes : The Tulip Touch didn't share any of the former's problems. It is simply an amazing book that really made me think about some of the friendships I had in high school (I just graduated).

The plot follows Natalie who is the best friend of Tulip. Tulip comes from a totally unloving and abusive family and is a by: 5. It's exciting spending time with Tulip.

Tulip has the ability to tell a lie so elaborate and outrageous, you want to believe her story even though you know it's not true. They call it "The Tulip Touch." And nobody thinks up games like Tulip's.

They start out rather innocently. Stinking Mackerel. Road of Bones. Hogs in a Tunnel/5(7). The Tulip Touch (Unabridged) - The Tulip Touch (Unabridged) audiobook, by Anne Fine Nobody wants Tulip in their gang.

She skips school, gives her teachers cheek, and makes herself unpopular by telling lies. But this doesn't matter to Natalie. She finds Tulip exciting, but comes to realise that Tulip is dangerous.3/5.

The author of Alias Madame Doubtfire () and, more recently, Step by Wicked Step () mines a darker vein with this study in malevolence. Exploring the countryside around the elegant old hotel her father is now managing, Natalie first sees Tulip standing in a field holding a kitten; later in school Natalie makes overtures of friendship, not realizing until too late that Tulip is a.

The Tulip Touch () About book: Recommended by: I first heard of The Tulip Touch here on goodreads, and I was interested by it. It was completely by chance, however, that I stumbled across the book in my school library one lunchtime.

As soon as I finished reading the first three pages, I knew it would be hopeless to avoid reading it. By Anne Fine The Tulip Touch (NEW LONGMAN LITERATURE ) (3rd Edition) [Hardcover] Anne Fine. Hardcover. 18 offers from £ Looking for JJ Anne Cassidy.

out of 5 stars Paperback. £ Goggle-Eyes (A Puffin Book) Anne Fine. out of 5 stars Paperback/5(59). The Tulip Touch (7 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5) Author: Anne Fine. Publisher: Penguin. Truly grusome book great ending read it once and now reading it a second.

Ava, Coventry, 09 June your book was the best book I have ever read, it's just so inspiring.5/5(7). The Tulip Touch is a children's novel by Anne Fine published in Natalie lives with her family: her father, who is a hotel manager, and her mother, who lavishes attention on her younger.

In the Tulip Touch, Anne Fine portrays Natalie's mother as a character who believes that Tulip is a child clever enough to think for herself and realise the difference between right and wrong. This can been seen when she argues: "Because she's bright enough to see that if enough people go around doing exactly what they want, everyone's miserable.".

The Tulip Touch is a children's novel written by Anne Fine and published in The book raises questions of morality and accountability, as well as exploring the question of nature versus nurture.

It won the Whitbread Award and was Highly Commended for the Carnegie Medal. Plot. If Tulip tells lies to the other girls in school, that only shows how special she is. Tulip can lie so convincingly that Natalie almost has to believe her -- that's the Tulip Touch.

And then there are the games that Tulip makes up. Natalie finds herself making others the target of scorn as she and Tulip play Stinking Mackerel or Road of Bones/5(7). The Tulip Touch Anne Fine, Author Little Brown and Company $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author.

OTHER BOOKS Buy this book Natalie and her parents know that. The Tulip Touch didn't share any of the former's problems. It is simply an amazing book that really made me think about some of the friendships I had in high school (I just graduated).The plot. The Tulip Touch by Anne Fine is a novel for older children.

It was first published inand is currently available in the following editions (Click the link to buy the book from), or use the ISBN to help your local bookshop or library to order it for you. Order the new 'The Originals' edition from Amazon, or from your local bookshop or library (ISBN: ).

The Tulip Touch is a children's novel by Anne Fine published in Plot. Natalie lives with her father, who is a hotel manager, and her mother, who is loving but pays more attention to Natalie's young brother Julius.

When they go to live at a hotel called 'The Palace; Natalie meets a strange, mysterious girl her own age called Tulip in a. The Tulip Touch shows problems kids growing up face such as being discluded or judged like Tulip and peer pressure that Natalie went through. I like this book because it is different to other books of kids or teenagers growing up.

It shows serious problems such as. The Tulip Touch (book review) The Tulip Touch, by Anne Fine, is the story of Natalie. She and her family have always lived in hotels, but when they move to The Palace, Natalie's life changes forever.

For this is where she meets Tulip. No one else has befriended Tulip, and it's easy to see why. She tells the most outrageous lies and is mean to. The Tulip Touch Anne Fine (Author), Rula Lenska (Narrator), Audible Studios (Publisher) £ Start your free trial.

£/month after 30 days. Cancel anytime. Free with Audible trial. £ £ Start your free trial. Includes this title for free; Choose from the world's largest selection /5(63).The Tulip Touch.

Lesson Plans: Lesson 1. lesson 2 – chapters 3 lesson 3 chapters 6 – 8. lesson 4 – chapters 9 – part 2. lesson 5 – part 2 chapters 1 to 5. part 2 chapter 6 – part 3.

part 3 chapter 4 – 6. part 3 chapter 7-end. part 3 chapters 1 – 3. The Tulip Touch.The Tulip Touch was a book that always stuck out to me from school (about 10 years old) and I was pleasantly and astonished to rediscover the themes of the book, much darker than I remembered.

Rula Lenska is an unusual choice of narrator especially since when the book begins she is 8 years old.