No Fixed Address (Paperback)
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No Fixed Address (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages / Published: 20/02/2020
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Longlisted for the Carnegie Medal Felix Knutsson is nearly thirteen, lives with his mother and pet gerbil Horatio, and is brilliant at memorising facts and trivia. But Felix and his mom Astrid have a secret: they are living in a van. Astrid promises it's only for a while until she finds a new job, and begs Felix not to breathe a word about it. So when Felix starts at a new school, he does his very best to hide the fact that most of his clothes are in storage, he only showers weekly at the community centre, and that he doesn't have enough to eat. When his friends Dylan and Winnie ask to visit, Felix always has an excuse. But Felix has a plan to turn his and Astrid's lives around. All he needs is a little luck and a lot of brain power . . .

Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781783448326
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 233 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 18 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"Beautifully wrought, compassionate and entertaining...A book worth giving a home to" -- Nicolette Jones * Sunday Times, Children's Book of the Week *
"Sharply comic and sad by turns...another superb book" -- Imogen Russell Williams * The Guardian *
"Susin Nielsen is fantastic at creating believable teenage voices" -- Alex O'Connell * The Times, 'Children's Books of the Year' *
"Susin Nielsen is an amazing writer. No Fixed Address is my book of the year" -- Hilary McKay
"Relatable, moving and funny. Susin Nielsen is simply wonderful" -- Sarah Crossan
"Funny, charming and full of heart, this is a really special book. I defy you not to root for Felix Fredrik Knutsson!" -- Lisa Williamson
"This may be a story about poverty and depression, but there's hope and humour at its heart." -- Fiona Noble * The Observer *
"A timely, funny and compassionate book with an endearing protagonist." * Sunday Independent Dublin - Best Books of 2018 *

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“Excellent”

So maybe I will admit to having heard great things about Susin Nielsen, yet never read her books myself...
Maybe I really should check out her previous ones now... this book is excellent! I totally loved it! So very... More

Hardback edition
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“A book with an important message and an optimistic heart!”

Technically YA, it would be best suited to younger YA readers or more mature MG readers ready to start reading slightly older books. It tackles the serious, all-too relevant and sadly all-too prevalent issue of... More

Hardback edition
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“Great story”

This is a great story, with tons of emotions.

Felix is homeless, though he tries to hide it. He and his mother live in a van. He tries to keep that a secret from his friends, but it keeps coming back to haunt him... More

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