Casson Family: Forever Rose: Book 5 - Casson Family (Paperback)Hilary McKay (author)
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Meet Saffy, Indigo, Rose and Caddy Casson. This colourful and hilarious series will make you wish you were part of the family!
It's tough being the youngest.
Rose comes home to a dark, quiet, empty house every day - her sisters and brother are always so busy. Indigo has his guitar lessons and paper round, Saffy is off with Sarah, and who knows where Caddy is since she disappeared with Michael's postcards.
School isn't any better. SATs are looming, and vindictive Mr Spencer has cancelled Christmas!
When will Rose get the happy ever after she has read about in books?
'Makes everything you wish for come true' Sunday Times
The first book in the series, Saffy's Angel, won the Whitbread Children's Book Award, and book 3, Permanent Rose, was shortlisted for the same award, celebrating McKay's talent for conveying the anarchic bedlam of family life.
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 245 g
Dimensions: 199 x 129 x 22 mm
'A crazily fantastic story with loads of mad and hilarious moments.' * Independent on Sunday *
'It does what we hope JK Rowling would do: it makes everything you wish for come true, including the unlikeliest of outcomes.' * Sunday Times *
'Hilary McKay's wittily observed portrayals of family life are full of warmth, vitality and irrepressible good humour.' * Kate Agnew, The Guardian *
'just the sort of crazy family you ache to be a part of.' * The Good Book Guide *
'it's wonderful to have more stories about the engaging and uncommon Casson family!' * Parents Express *
'... we are so fond of this fresh, funny, foolish, wise, real family.' * The Horn Book Magazine *
'... as wild and endearing as ever ... Another charmer for Casson fans.' * Booklist *
'... touching and hiarious. Beautifully crafted descriptive language makes this offering a real gem.' * School Library Journal *
McKay has a genius for domestic comedy. * The Sunday Times *
Hilary McKay's strength lies in her understanding of young people and her ability to evoke them very simply. * The Guardian *
'Warm, witty and wise, with unfeasibly broad appeal and proven anti-depressive properties, i would give this book to 9-year olds, teenagers and their parents.' * Sunday Telegraph *
'... hugely entertaining story effortlessly recreates a tightly knit world, imbued with a strong sense of belonging - a slice of childhood so multi-layered, touching and real that there's something for every child reader to identify with and savour. Here's a book that truly proves the joys to be had from reading.' * Books for Keeps *
'stylishly written, acutely observed, light-headed and often very funny. At times, it's also incredibly touching and insightful, particularly when dealing with the complexities of family life ... quality writing for children.' * School Librarian *
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