CHOOSING BETWEEN PARENTS AND FRIENDS Candyfloss is the perfect introduction to jacqueline Wilson. When Floss's mother and stepfather announce they are moving to Australia for six months, Floss has to decide whether to go with them or stay home with Dad--inept, but loving and always lots of fun. And how will her choice affect her friendship with her popular but not-so-loyal best friend, Rhiannon? About girls everywhere, for girls everywhere, Candyfloss speaks in universals: it's about friendship, family, and growing up in a complicated world. Like all Wilson's novels, it has an honesty and cheerful integrity that offers a real alternative to the materialistic values of so much fiction aimed at girls.
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Review: CandyflossUser Review - Joyce - Goodreads
At times I thought it was pretty mello-dramatic, like those typical teenage girl movies sort of thing. But other then that it was a pretty amazing book. I liked how I actually felt different emotions ... Read full review
Review: CandyflossUser Review - Babhravi - Goodreads
I personally thought this book was amazing. Flora, mostly known as Floss, lives with her mum, stepdad and half brother during the week, and she lives with her dad at the weekends. But when her stepdad ... Read full review