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Floss's parents split up when she was younger and she now divides up her week, spending five days with her mum, her mum's new boyfriend and her new baby half-brother. The other two days Floss spends with her dad, helping him to run his greasy spoon cafe. But then their simple arrangement is thrown into disarray when Floss's mum decides to move to Australia for six months. Floss has to choose whether to go with her or stay with her dad.
She picks her dad and they muddle along happily together, surviving on chip butties and enjoying visits to the local funfair. But then disaster strikes, Dad's money troubles catch up with him and they have to move out of the cafe. They're homeless - but can their new fairground friends help out?
This is a great book! It is about a girl called Flossie whos parents are split up. I find this book very relatable to young girls also because it also has an impact on Flossie's schoolife. She is forced to choose a trip of a lifetime to Australia, or staying with her dad at his run down cafe. Does she choose with her heart or her head? Overall, a great book and i suggest you go to your local bookstore/libray and get a copy! You are missing out!
Candy Floss is an awesome book that really expresses the feelings of a girl called 'Flossie'. This book is about a girl called Flossie whose Mum and Dad split up. Her Mum has recently got together with a man called Steve and naturally Flossie and Steve do NOT get on! They have one kid called Tiger. Every weekend Flossie would go to her Dad's house, a greasy cafe. Flossie and her Dad can never wait for the weekends, but when her Mum and Steve decide move to Australia for six months she stays with her Dad. Life becomes from bad to worse as friendship problems start at school and they are kicked out of the cafe. How will she manage?
This book is a great and interesting read which I recommend for any young readers that like Jacqueline Wilson's books!! Its a book which when you start reading, you won't be able to put down!!!!
I found this book really interesting and captivating! I couldn't put it down. I have read this book about 3 times and I love it every time!
This book sounds really interesting ! I would love to read it when i get a chance! Jaqueline Wilson is a fantastic writer and i hope to read more of her stories soon...
I thought this book was a fantastic story. A book about family and friends. If you're looking for a fairytale happy ending then read this book!
The story of a young girl called Floss. Floss has a huge decision to make ahead of her while dealing with problems with her friends. Floss lives with her mum, her over pretentious step-dad Steve who Floss isn't all that keen on and his two-year old son Tiger. On Floss' birthday Steve tells Floss that they're moving to Sydney, Australia from England for six months for a new job prospect for Steve. Floss is over the moon,
imagine living in Australia
but after a bit of thinking it's not all that it seems for Floss. If Floss moves half way across the world to Australia then she would be losing her dad who she shares each weekend with in his greasy old cafe. In the end Floss decides to move in with her dad leaving her mum behind for six months or so. Things get pretty tough for Floss in this six months the Cafe closes down she loses her Best Friend and cops trouble from the kids at school about her dads chip frying and her home - life but Floss has her best friend and her good old dad for guidance and her dads new girlfriend Rose who they met at the local Fair at the Candy Floss stall and who offers them a roof over their head in their biggest time of need.
Its a really light book to read and doesn't involve too much concentration but keeps you glued to the book. I love the way the book is written like all of Jacqueline Wilson's books it uses humor and fun to talk about something serious, I really enjoyed this book.
This book is written the same as any other Jacqueline Wilson book so for anyone who enjoys her books will enjoy this book and for anyone who wants an easy reading book with humor and fun.
Anywhere!Because this book is a light read with not much concentration involved it can be read anywhere but its always better to read somewhere quiet, peaceful and in the sun.
Any music that's a bit upbeat not too slow but not too fast either throughout the book and music thats a bit slow through the sadder parts.