Apple and Rain
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However (I know this sounds a bit contradictory), despite being filled to the brim with emotions, for some reason I didn't feel as emotionally connected to the story as I wish I could have been. Holly,Jonathan and Davy live with no mum and they hardly see their dad. Jonathan cares for Holly and Holly cares for davy, Davy has to care for his rabbit, Sebastian.
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Our main character, Apple, was mature in some ways, but she was incredibly naïve and irresponsible in others. She hurts people with her careless attitude and does some pretty stupid things to impress her long-lost mother. But I guess this had me hoping that she would learn from the mistakes she made, and grow because of them. New York Brooklyn Travel Print - Wall Art Featuring Iconic Landmarks of the Big Apple - Perfect for Home or Office Decor
I read Sarah Crossan's Breathe two years ago, and remember feeling a bit mediocre about it. I went into Apple and Rain hoping to feel a bit less ambivalent about it than I did Breathe, but unfortunately I find myself finishing the book with similar feelings. Reed Diffuser Oil Refill in 150ml or 300ml Amber Glass Bottles. Luxury Handmade Long Lasting Room Perfume Oil in a Variety of Scents. Winner of the Children’s Book Award 2016, Books for Older Readers category - Longlisted for the 2015 Guardian Children's Book prize - Shortlistedfor the 2015 CILIP Carnegie MedalApple is sure that one day her mother will return. And when that happens she is sure that everything in her life will be good again. But when Mum does return, Apple finds that what you wish for may not always be what you really want. With the arrival of mum, Apple’s life is turned upside down. Home, school and most of all, what she really thinks about all those around her, are all thrown into confusion. Can Apple find happiness in a new way of life? Apple’s poems help her to tell this touching story of an unhappy and complicated family life.
Apple and Rain: : Sarah Crossan: Bloomsbury YA
Conjoined twins Daisy and Violet Hilton who became famous show performers in the 1930s. Unlike any of her other novels to date, Sarah Crossan spent a lot of time researching historical and contemporary conjoined twins for her novel One. Photograph: Alamy Apple was easy to connect to, and my admiration for her grew every time she crossed the line, to save the relationship between the mother who abandoned her, the sister she never knew of, and the Nana she believed despised her. It was clear all she wanted was for things to be okay, and I just wanted to give Apple a big hug because she had so many things to deal with.
Das Cover verbreitet eine gewisse Melancholie, ist aber dennoch schön anzusehen und passt hervorragend zur Geschichte. Dazu finde ich es sehr gut, dass der Verlag das Original-Cover weitgehend unverändert gelassen hat. Die Kurzbeschreibung liest sich ebenfalls sehr gut und hat mich direkt neugierig gemacht. I read Apple and Rain in one sitting. It was incredibly addictive, and it drew me in from the first sentence. It’s an amazing novel and it really catches your eye, I think it’s one of the best books I’ve ever read and hope lots of people agree with me. Nat Allison’s review of An Island of our Own by Sally Nicholls