Cannily, Cannily

Cannily Cannily How can you belong when you re always on the move Trevor lives in a Kombivan He has seen of Australia then any kid he knows He wears clothes his mum makes has his hair long and doesn t like meat His

  • Title: Cannily, Cannily
  • Author: Simon French
  • ISBN: 9780140315769
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
  • How can you belong when you re always on the move Trevor lives in a Kombivan He has seen of Australia then any kid he knows He wears clothes his mum makes, has his hair long, and doesn t like meat His parents don t have a fixed address or full time work Trevor is different So why is that unacceptably strange Maybe, as they stay in a caravan park in a little countHow can you belong when you re always on the move Trevor lives in a Kombivan He has seen of Australia then any kid he knows He wears clothes his mum makes, has his hair long, and doesn t like meat His parents don t have a fixed address or full time work Trevor is different So why is that unacceptably strange Maybe, as they stay in a caravan park in a little country town, all Trevor needs to do is show them he s not stupid Show them being different is okay Maybe he just needs to play football He s never done it before He doesn t particularly like it But he s going to do it If he can handle Mr Fuller, the infamous teacher and football coach, that plain doesn t like Trevor If he can t, then he ll always be different And he ll never belong Why is it, Trevor Huon, that you never see fit to wear appropriate school clothing Trevor looked down at what he was wearing Why do we have to put with the sight of you in sandals, jeans usually patched and hair that constantly looks untidy, mainly because it needs cutting Shut up Trevor thought to himself and aloud said, I don t know, sir, not so much to the teacher as to the floor Neither do I I suppose it s too much to hope that you will deign to appear in proper school clothing, but it would be appreciated if you could wear decent shoes and socks, like the rest of us Now sit down

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    • Cait (Paper Fury) says:

      I had read a book by Simon French before, liked it, and so when I picked up this book, I expected a decent read. And I had it. It's not your run-of-the-mill book about a typical kid with a typical adventure. Trevor Huon is different. Unforgivably different to the "normal" kids. He doesn't care that he doesn't have a "real" home, or that he has no close friends, or that his parents aren't like everyone else's. He's determined, stubborn -- and questioning. Why stick at playing football when you ha [...]

    • Alyssa says:

      this book teaches me a lot of thingss about a lot of things.lol

    • Ian says:

      My all time favourite book!

    • Max Athanas says:

      bad book. slow, bland and boring

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