Cassie Was Here

Cassie Was Here Bree s mom is busy with work Her brother Reid is mad at her about his broken arm Cassie is two years older smokes or says she does and has a tattoo The only person Bree can depend on is her old fri

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  • Title: Cassie Was Here
  • Author: Caroline Hickey
  • ISBN: 9781596432055
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Bree s mom is busy with work Her brother Reid is mad at her about his broken arm Cassie is two years older, smokes or says she does , and has a tattoo The only person Bree can depend on is her old friend and playmate, Joey, who s trustworthy but completely imaginary Cassie Was Here begins with Cassie talking Bree into a haircut and ends with the two of them sneakingBree s mom is busy with work Her brother Reid is mad at her about his broken arm Cassie is two years older, smokes or says she does , and has a tattoo The only person Bree can depend on is her old friend and playmate, Joey, who s trustworthy but completely imaginary Cassie Was Here begins with Cassie talking Bree into a haircut and ends with the two of them sneaking out at night to fix up an old dollhouse Along the way both will learn about the unpredictable ways real friendships are made, and Bree will learn to need Joey a little less Confident, funny, true to life, it s a story about being 11 and wanting to be 13 about friendship, family, and generosity and about the awkward, tender transition from pre teen to teen.

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    1. I really enjoyed this book. I picked it up because I got a chance to meet the author at a book group meeting. It is about an 11-year-old girl who is new to a neighborhood, and to make up for the lonliness she feels, and the loss of her best friend, she brings back her imaginary friend from when she was little. Her parents are worried about her, especially when she hangs out with a girl in the neighborhood this seems like she is nothing but trouble. Would be great for shy kids.

    2. This delightful book is a perfect for "tweens" who want to read something a bit more mature than typical junvenile fiction but who are not ready for some of the heavy duty themes in YA lit. I am a K-5 librarian in an all-girl school, and my fourth and fifth graders adore this book! Hickey has a real knack for capturing the essence of her adolescent characters, and her skill with writing dialogue.

    3. A lovely book about making friends just before Middle School begins.Read the full review here: [kidslitinformation]

    4. I love this book, and my sixth grade students do too. I read the first chapter aloud and they begged me to read more!

    5. A very sweet novel. Bree's story covers a lot of important issues for pre-teens (i.e. adolescence, lonliness, friendship, identity) in a different way. A good addition for your school library.

    6. I first picked up this book when I was 12 years old, the summer after sixth grade, and just about to go into 7th grade. So of course I immediately related to Bree, an 11 year old girl just about to start middle school herself (On a completely unrelated note, why is it that some people start middle school in 6th and some in 7th? I don't get that.). Lonely after leaving to a new neighborhood, and having to start at a new school, Bree misses her old home, her old school, and her best friend, Marybe [...]

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