Dixie is the youngest Diamond girl. She and her sisters – dreamy Martine, glamorous Rochelle and tough Jude – could hardly be more different, but their mum has always tried to teach them the value of sticking together.
Now Mum's expecting yet another baby, and she's convinced this one's a boy. She insists they move to a bigger place – but it's rough, dilapidated and filthy, and before they've even unpacked, Mum's gone into labour! Can the Diamond girls pull together in time for her to come home? And will anyone spot Mum's little secret but Dixie?
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- Ranch Girl
An amusing and touching story of a quirky single mother and her daughters, told from the point of view of one of the daughters. Things go from bad to worse for the family in a hilarious series of events. The reader does a superb job, and "Dixie", the main character is lovable. The book has a good message about family without being at all preachy.
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- Anonymous User
I loved Diamond girls it was lovely I also thougt that it would be nice if in another book after Jacquelin we could hear from girls more at Judes age. I first read a book after Jacqueline in 4. grade ( 4 years ago ) and I was fascinated. I also love listening to audiobooks after Jacqueline. Finty Williams is also my all time favorite narrator and Jacqueline Wilson my favorite writer, together they are incredible!!! Thank you Jacqueline for writing these awesome books!!! love Úlfhildur