Meet Rose

Meet Rose It s and Rose lives with her family in a big house in Melbourne She wants to play cricket climb trees and be an adventurer But Rose s mother has other ideas Then Rose s favourite young aunt come

  • Title: Meet Rose
  • Author: Sherryl Clark Lucia Masciullo
  • ISBN: 9780143305361
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s 1900 and Rose lives with her family in a big house in Melbourne She wants to play cricket, climb trees and be an adventurer But Rose s mother has other ideas Then Rose s favourite young aunt comes to town, and everything changes Will Rose s mother let Aunt Alice stay And will Rose ever get to do the things she loves Meet Rose and join her adventure in the fIt s 1900 and Rose lives with her family in a big house in Melbourne She wants to play cricket, climb trees and be an adventurer But Rose s mother has other ideas Then Rose s favourite young aunt comes to town, and everything changes Will Rose s mother let Aunt Alice stay And will Rose ever get to do the things she loves Meet Rose and join her adventure in the first of four stories about a Federation girl who s determined to do things her way

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    About "Sherryl Clark Lucia Masciullo"

    1. Sherryl Clark Lucia Masciullo

      I have been writing poems and stories for over twenty five years, and have two collections of poetry published.In 1996 I wrote my first children s book, The Too Tight Tutu , which was published in 1997 by Penguin Australia I have since written over 60 children s and YA books, which are published around the world.My verse novel Farm Kid won the 2005 NSW Premier s Literary Award for Children s Books Sixth Grade Style Queen Not was a 2008 CBCA Honour Book My latest YA novel is Dying to Tell Me , published in the USA by KaneMiller I m a teacher in creative writing at Victoria University TAFE My author website is at sherrylclark

    401 thoughts on “Meet Rose”

    1. A lovely story about growing up as a girl who loves cricket and learning in 1900 when society had different expectations for women. A great read for learning about Australian history through literature.


    2. ALL MY SQUEES! I randomly saw this in City Library the other day, and thought it looked cute - AND Australian, and I've been abroad for two years and am now craving everything Australian ever! So I decided to give it a go. And now I want to read the rest of the series, and then the other three "Our Australian Girl" series as well! The story was so cute and fun and interesting, and so wonderfully Australian. :DRose is a pampered little Toorak girl at the turn of the (last) century though maybe "r [...]


    3. I absolutely loved this book. Rose is a pampered, but overly restricted girl living in Melbourne in 1900. Her mother insists on governesses, corsets and becoming a ‘proper lady’. Rose is not allowed to play cricket with her brother, not allowed to read exciting books or learn about geography or history and certainly not allowed to catch a tram or explore the more exciting stores of Melbourne.That is, until her exciting Aunt Alice – a teacher – comes to stay. Alice had exciting ideas such [...]


    4. I like this book because it teaches you perspective of pastence's people. Even though it is historical fiction, it tells you in the pastence, people thought it is boyish think to play sports if you were girl or women. This story is about a boyish girl Rose who likes playing cricket. The problem is that her parents doesn't let her to play they didn't wanted to her to be boyish but suddenly, her Aunt came to her house and change the feeling so finally, she could play cricket.I recommend this book [...]


    5. This wonderfully written book draws the reader into the past. I was almost able to taste the dust of a hot Australian day. Set it early 1900s it accurately describe the world of the upper class in Melbourne, highlighting the difference in society at the time. Rose is a loveable character, whose rouge behaviour is admirable. Full of colourful description and interesting characters. The author has done a wonderful job of making the reader like and dislike the main characters.


    6. I didn't think that a story about a rich girl in Melbourne could compare with the more obviously exciting books in this series, but this holds it own. The writing, characterisation and period detail combine to create a compelling portrait of 1900's life, with a multitude of different historical references including the Boer War, federation and, of course, suffragettes.


    7. I enjoyed this book it was well written and (I thought) it was great how it is set in the 1900. This is an easy and short read and I thought the story wasn't too compact. (thats a plus)I started reading this book because I had nothing else to read but although I was just going to read the single book I think I might read the hole series.


    8. My 7yo is loving this series so I thought I'd read it myself. A beautiful honest book about time gone past. She is enjoying learning about the olden days and connecting with the characters.



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