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Permanent Rose af Hilary McKay
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Permanent Rose (original 2005; udgave 2006)

af Hilary McKay

Serier: Casson Family (Book 3)

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While trying to reconnect with her friend Tom, who has returned to the United States without leaving a forwarding address, eight-year-old Rose inadvertently discovers the identity of her adopted sister Saffy's father.
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Titel:Permanent Rose
Forfattere:Hilary McKay
Info:Margaret K. McElderry Books (2006), Paperback, 256 pages
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Permanent Rose af Hilary McKay (2005)

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Really good! ( )
  AlizarinCrimson | Jan 7, 2021 |
Oh, gosh, more Casson craziness than I can begin to explain! Rose and Indigo are sad because Tom went back to America and hasn’t written or called, Caddy is conflicted about the gorgeous diamond and platinum engagement ring she accepted from Darling Michael, and Saffron is suddenly determined to find out who her biological father is.

These characters continue to delight. Read this series if you enjoy character-driven juvenile fiction; I’d recommend it to adults as well as children. Start with Saffy’s Angel to get the full effect. ( )
  foggidawn | Dec 27, 2019 |
Jolly good fun, like all the Casson books. ( )
  amandabock | Dec 10, 2019 |
Sequel to "Saffy's Angel" and "Indigo's Star." This series of books about the Casson family focuses on 8-year-old Rose. The family had befriended young Tom, an American visitor to England, over the summer but his sudden departure for a family emergency has left Rose bereft. She waits everyday for the postman, hoping for a letter from Tom. When the phone rings, she thinks it's Tom. She even goes to Tom's grandmother's house but she's gone, too. In her drawings and dreams, she imagines a reunion with Tom. Then Rose has a sudden opportunity to fly to New York City with her father. She's convinced she'll see Tom again so family friends Sarah and David rush desperately to find Tom's contact info and let him know that Rose is coming. The British humor and feel of this story made this hard to really like at first, but I got more involved as the stakes rose with Saffy's hunt for her father and Rose's need to see Tom.
  Salsabrarian | Feb 2, 2016 |
Third in the series for older children about the wonderfully disorganised Casson family. This one is primarily about the youngest, eight-year-old Rose, who is going through rather a difficult stage. She is very upset that her good friend Tom, who returned to America in a hurry, has not been in touch. She's also worried about her brother Indigo making friends with a reformed bully, and she's afraid that her sister Caddy will break off her engagement to the lovely Michael. She misses her dad, too, who lives in London with his new girlfriend.

Rose is quite independent, and an excellent artist, but has some rather dubious ideas about right and wrong, which are challenged in this book.

I suppose there's not much plot, really, but there are several inter-twining stories that weave around the family dynamics, and Rose's determination to see Tom again. The charm of this series is in the characters, who seem more believable all the time despite their eccentricities. Their chaotic household has none of the usual home comforts, but attracts an eclectic mixture of visitors. I also like the positive underlying acceptance of children with physical disabilities (one of the closest family friends gets around in a wheelchair) and those who have learning problems (Rose struggles to read more than the simplest words).

The writing is brisk and sympathetic, and while I'm enjoying reading these books in order, 'Permanent Rose' stands alone so it's not necessary to have read anything else. Definitely recommended to anyone over the age of about seven or eight, including parents.
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  SueinCyprus | Jan 26, 2016 |
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