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Eight-year-old Rose Casson takes center stage in this delicious companion to "Saffy's Angel" and "Indigo's Star." A trip to London and a visit with Rose's father lead to a startling revelation, and Rose finds there may be a way for her to be happy again.
"This fine, funny sequel, with its wonderful dialogue and utterly effortless-seeming weave of plots and characters, stands on its own, but readers will certainly want to get their hands on the first two."
"McKay once again effortlessly eases into the hearts and voices of the members of this irresistible family during this entertaining and heartrending visit with the Cassons."
From the Publisher
The wildly disorganized, eclectic Casson family is experiencing a typically tumultuous summer. The youngest, Permanent Rose (named after the paint), is miserable because her good friend Tom has returned to America, and hasn't written. Rose's anguish has sent her hilariously into the arms of petty crime. Cassie is obsessing over her engagement to the beautiful Michael, while Sarah is helping Saffy search for her real father. Even Indigo is too focused on a new friend, David, his former bully, to catch wind of Rose's startling new habit. Only David notices, and his clumsy, unwanted help lifts her out of a potential disaster and into fresh discoveries. Following SAFFY'S ANGEL and INDIGO'S STAR, this is the third book about the delightful Casson family.
While Saffy and Sarah begin their search for SaffyÆs biological father, Rose is in a terrible state over the lack of communication from Tom, causing her life to spin out of control as she begins to shoplift to fill the void, in a compelling companion to SaffyÆs Angel and IndigoÆs Star.