Driftwood. Cathy Cassidy MOBI ß Driftwood. Cathy

Driftwood. Cathy Cassidy MOBI ß Driftwood. Cathy Hannah Joey have been best friends forever Joey s parents love rescuing things making them beautiful their house is full of things made from driftwood, old glass shells from the beach Which is why the scraggy kittens the girls find in a bin at school end up living there Then Paul moves in because he needs rescuing too

10 thoughts on “Driftwood. Cathy Cassidy

  1. Hannah Hannah says:

    Driftwood was a beautiful book full of drama, harsh reality and truth and I utterly adored every minute.Driftwood is about a girl named Hannah which was a bonus because thats my name who goes to school with her best friend Joey Hannah s brother, Kit, is head over heels for Joey and Joey is on a war with uniform and school rules She s quirky and enjoys individuality Although Joey enjoys demanding her head teacher

  2. Angela O& Angela O& says:

    I was recommended this book by a 10 year old, and I was quite surprised that she would be reading a book with such a sad issue underlying it Cathy Cassidy is clever in the way she presents the characters and at the same time she is writing about bullying and depression I think this book could be useful for Upper Key Stage Two, to introduce the topic of bullying and the consequences and effect that bullying can have on ch

  3. Sophie Crane Sophie Crane says:

    This book is a delightful story an it gives advice about bullying as well and it shows that it s always important to tell someone It is a heart gripping story about love, friendship and hate My favourite character is Hannah because she never turns her back on anyone and is always there for Paul who has a rough time with the other boys because he is different My least favourite character is Hannah s older brother kit because he b

  4. Tara Calaby Tara Calaby says:

    This book centres around serious subjects such as bullying, depression and suicide, but remains entertaining despite this Cassidy seems to have a real knack for creating likeable, real characters and pulling her reader into their lives.

  5. Sarah Kenchington Sarah Kenchington says:

    He s there, I mutter I know he is So we ll find him, says Kit And suddenly out of nowhere my eyes are leaking tears at an alarming rate LORDY OK, so backstory this has been one of my favourite books ever since I first read it aged 12 This is the first time I have re read it in a few years today being March 2019 , and somehow this affected medeeply than it ever has before Below were my previous thoughts on this book Forever one of my favourite b

  6. Lily Lily says:

    I read this book when I was much, much younger Nevertheless, it deserves a lot of kudos Being a childrens book, it s still well written and approaches a lot of mature themes such as homophobia, individuality, self harming, bullying and relationships It wasn t beyond it s years, and it will be something I will hope my young children will read in the future It s not a cookie cutter story and I was really impressed had the depths it went to whilst still m

  7. erica erica says:

    so happy to have the opportunity to read this thru an interlibrary loan i really enjoyed this middle grades to YA book, dealing with friendship and bullying I love her characters and how there s always a slightly outrageous one, just like in real life my daughter is reading it now, perfect for her at age 12.

  8. Keala Keala says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here ok kit was an asshole so it made this hard to read also they rushed the recovery ending aka suicidal attempt one page and then 5 pages later he s back and recovered and it s the end probably my least favourite cathy cassidy book, oh god the pre teen angst

  9. Antonia Antonia says:

    For a personal project where I m rereading my favourite books from when I was younger.I didn t realise how nostalgic this book was for me It was a book and characters I could relate to at the time and it influenced my style that I still have now as a 20 year old.It deals with dark topics in a really sophisticated way for a book targetted for early teens and younger and I m only now appreciating it reading it through adult eyes.

  10. Ered Ered says:

    So, let me start by saying I m not quite the target audience of this book Also I tend to ramble and my points will be likely dumb and sidetracked.Sure it s made for girls my age Or at least the time I read it, since this book recently came into my memory again inspiring me to write this but that doesn t mean every girl this age It s a simple read, which isn t a bad thing at all, and the story is very digestible I don t want to put myself on a pedestal but I d like to think I m on a h

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