It's Valentines Day and everything's changing in the Casson household.
Indigo sets out to do something special to win over Sarah and ends up organising the Valentines Day disco and playing cupid. Saffy has a strange new boyfriend who teaches her all about the stars. Sarah falls very ill - when she can no longer laugh it off Saffy gets scared. And Caddy has fallen in love and is getting married ... but not to Michael.
With a wedding to plan everything's a little crazier than usual in the Casson household. Especially as the only one who seems to be happy for Caddy is Bill.
But it's Permanent Rose who's taking the news the hardest. She made a BIG promise to Michael - how is she going to keep it now?
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'Hilary McKay's wittily observed portrayals of family life are full of warmth, vitality and irrepressible good humour.' * Kate Agnew, The Guardian * 'just the sort of crazy family you ache to be a part of.' * The Good Book Guide * 'it's wonderful to have more stories about the engaging and uncommon Casson family!' * Parents Express * '... we are so fond of this fresh, funny, foolish, wise, real family.' * The Horn Book Magazine * '... as wild and endearing as ever ... Another charmer for Casson fans.' * Booklist * '... laced with warmth, humor and adventures' * Kirkus * '... touching and hiarious. Beautifully crafted descriptive language makes this offering a real gem.' * School Library Journal * 'Quirky and endearing' * Palo Alto Weekly * McKay has a genius for domestic comedy. * The Sunday Times * Hilary McKay's strength lies in her understanding of young people and her ability to evoke them very simply. * The Guardian * 'More entrancing stories about the quirky Casson family from a well-regarded novelist.' * Carousel * Eccentric, likeable and entirely credible, their domestic exchanges reflect Hilary McKay's exceptional ear for dialogue. * The Times * A charming story ... McKay writes with such art. * The Independent * 'Warm and witty' * FT magazine *
About Hilary McKay
Hilary McKay won the Guardian Children`s Award with her first novel, The Exiles. Her subsequent work has achieved similar recognition - The Exiles at Home won the Smarties Prize and Saffy`s Angel won the Whitbread. A graduate of Botany and Zoology from St Andrews University, Hilary now writes full-time. She lives in Derbyshire with her husband and two children.
Caddy Ever After: Book 4 by Hilary McKay
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