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Permanent Rose
Casson Family #3
Written by:
Hilary McKay 
Read by:
Sophie Aldred 
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
4 hours 29 minutes 
February 01 2021 
Available Date:
February 01 2021 
Age Category:
Children (8+) 
Fiction; Children's Fiction 
Bolinda/Audible audio 
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Award winning author
UK Author

Permanent Rose is the third title following the ups and downs of the chaotic Casson family, told in Hilary McKay's inimitable light and witty humour, from the award-winning author, Hilary McKay.

It's a long, hot summer – to Permanent Rose it seems never ending. Rose misses Tom, Indigo's friend who went back to America and new friend David is no replacement. Caddy's fiancé, Michael, tries to cheer her up by delivering a rose every day, but that just provides temporary relief. What with Daddy leaving her mother, Eve, for younger model Samantha, Caddy getting cold feet and adoptive sister Saffron deciding to find her real father, no one seems to have time to come to Rose's rescue. But Rose is determined and in her heart of hearts is sure she will find Tom again – but what else will she find on the way?

'Permanent Rose is the antidote to everything that's bad in children's books and, indeed, everything that's bad in life ... there are no hard edges but no sentimental slop either, in this beguiling story.'
Sunday Telegraph

'McKay has a genius for domestic comedy. Her books are also imbued with an ethos of tolerance and acceptance.'
Sunday Times

'From the opening scene ... McKay's third story about the vibrant Casson family is entrancing.'

'Rose Casson is the kind of girl we should all want to be ...A great sequel to Saffy's Angel and Indigo's Star.'
Family Interest Magazine

''McKay's strength lies in her ability to craft an unputdownable story from everyday happenings, and to handle serious issues and emotions with real lightness.'

'Realistic dialogue and irresistible characters enliven the tale.'
School Library Journal