The Tulip Touch

A jaw-dropping novel by popular children’s novelist Anne Fine

Nobody wants to be around Tulip but her outlandish behaviour doesn’t matter to Natalie.  At first she finds Tulip exciting and she doesn’t care that other people are upset by her pranks.  But then Natalie realises that Tulip is going too far.

What are the themes?

Family and friendship raise PSHE issues such as reasons and the effects of bullying and peer pressure. Serious issues are explored including the nature/nurture debate.

Teaching points?

Many excellent passages which are good models for pupils’ writing.

Children's Book of the Year Winner.

Part of 11–14 Collections

Product details

Production date:March 2005