★ Driftwood PDF / Epub ✈ Author Cathy Cassidy – 1sm.info

Driftwood My rating is 3.5 to be exact This book contains an example of bullying and the effects it has on the person being bullied It also describes the problems that trail along with it Good story. 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 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. 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 re Amazing I would really recommend this book to anyone and there is a lot of high school drama and Paul and Hannah should totally go out Pannah lol anyways I give this book five stars and I feel bad about Paul because he is depressed and cuts and how people bully him i think he sho More like 4.5I definitely liked it.It was a little hard to get into it because I was in a mourning period after Percy Jackson.From an epic adventure to a real world story.Basically, this book is about a girl called Hannah who has a very wierd friend called Joey.Joey s foster brother,Paul Slater,joins their school and Joey asks Hannah s bro Kit to lo Cathy Cassidy has writen a few books wich I have read Driftwood is about two friends and the problems they go through when one of them gets a new foster brother There is many complications in this book and a secret revealed at the very end when yo Although this book was not my favourite out of Cathy Cassidy s many amazing books, it was still a decent and enjoyable read There was some betrayal, some humour and many unexpected twists There were also several sad moments that made me feel really upset, but I was glad about how the book ended. 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. 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


About the Author: Cathy Cassidy

I was born in 1962 in Coventry scarily ancient, I know I wrote my first picture book for my little brother when I was eight or nine I loved making comics, too pages and pages of picture stories, features and competitions.I went to Art College in Liverpool, then got a job as fiction editor on the fab and legendary Jackie magazine.I have worked as agony aunt on Shout magazine and also as an ar


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