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Dandelion Clocks Dandelion Clocks by Rebecca Westcott Smith will be loved by fans of Jacueline Wilson Cathy Cassidy or Annabel Pitcher Liv takes us on a journey through her life from Thirteen Weeks Before to Six Months After We discover Liv's passion for photography her brother's obsession with sticking to the rules the stupidity of Moronic Louise at school and how the family copes as Mum's terminal illness takes holdGuided by Mum's own childhood diaries Liv finds a new way to live This book is real funny utterly touching and absolutely heartwarming Despite the sadness at the heart of the story every reader will laugh and keep on turning the pages charmed by Liv and her mum A brilliantly told ultra modern story about a significant six months in eleven year old Olivia's life it should be sold with a large box of tissues Jacueline Wilson

About the Author: Rebecca Westcott

Rebecca Westcott was born in Chester She went to Exeter University to train as a teacher and has had a variety of teaching jobs that have taken her to some very interesting places including a Category C male prison She started writing a diary when she was eight years old although she had no idea that one day her entries would be used to help her write a book Rebecca currently teaches in a pri

10 thoughts on “Dandelion Clocks

  1. says:

    Review by BethDandelion Clocks is a caringly written beautiful story for younger readers It looks candidly at the issue of losing a parent when you’re very young and adds into the mix an elder sibling with a developmental disability There’s a realism to Westcott’s novel which I think would be very helpful for young readers who had or were going through the same t

  2. says:

    When I was asked whether or not I would like to review Dandelion Clocks I jumped at the chance There seems to be a flood of recent YA books tackling the tough subject that is cancer and this book is another of those Thankfully I think that Dandelion Clocks does add something new to this market and it's something that's definitely worth checking out especially for those o

  3. says:

    I couldn't put this book down Rebecca Westcott has grasped the eleven year old Olivia Ellis's thoughts and actions perfectly It is by far the most realistic and touching book I have read As you read it it makes you laugh and cry It beautifully shows the love between a family especially a mother and daughter and also the problems with friendship and school She has mixed the

  4. says:

    I enjoyed this book It's thought provoking and kept me hooked so I always looked forward to reading the next chapter I completely recommend it to any middle grade reader

  5. says:

    This book was breath taking written in a way that left the reader not knowing whether to laugh or cryThe main character is an eleven and a half year old who is coming to grips with growing up The book starts when she is angsty and angry at her mum for being over protective dealing with a brother who has a form of autism and about to receive some shocking news

  6. says:

    I loved reading this book I could relate to Olivia so well

  7. says:

    I'm not uite sure how I'm going to be capable of stringing together words that will form a coherent sentence yet alone a coherent review I'm still astounded by the sheer amount of emotions Dandelion Clocks bestowed unto me This book will make you feel I'm still amazed at how average ordinary words formed into a certain sentence can surmount to such a beautiful story that will have

  8. says:

    The book Dandelion Clocks by Rebecca Westcott was published on March 6th 2014 by Puffin UK This story is in the point of view of an 11 year old girl who is going through a hard time ever since she finds out that her mother won’t be living for much longer The protagonist Olivia already has a hard time since her brother has Asperger’s syndrome and encounters many problems with her

  9. says:

    This book is simply beautiful I love it It really pictures the life of an eleven year old named Olivia who had to let her mother go because she was ill At first she was tired of her mother's strict rules and thought that her mother was un cool like other mothers But as the time went on she finally managed to let herself in to her mothers life and let her mother get into her life With

  10. says:

    This book is funny touching heart warming and overall real Despite Liv and her family's sadness everyone who reads the book will laugh cry and keep coming back to the book Although this book should really just be bought with a box of tissues I would recommend the book to anyone who enjoys books such as John Green’s The Fault In Our Stars or Zoe Sugg’s Girl Online Although the book c

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