And waiting for other people to make me happy and they dont. And if no-one else is going to make you happy, well maybe you just have to do it for yourself? The book explores the social media of e-mails and how a most unlikely friendship can be formed through the internet. The book was heart-warming and totally frost-free as Georgie would say! Banned from going to the local drama workshop by her bully of a step-dad and her increasingly fragile mum, she is stuck with six long weeks of looking after her tooth-fairy obsessed kid sister. Sick of feeling like the outsider at home and at school, she starts emailing the one person she thinks might understand; Dylan Curtland, star of the popular soap opera Jessop Close.
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Winner of the YoungMinds Book Award This was a self-publishing YA phenomenon in and winner of the above award beating the likes of Julia Donaldson and Bali Rai. Then it was bought by Egmont in order to get this terrific debut to a wider audience. Poignant, uplifting and funny, with a truly authentic young teen voice, this is an absorbing tale about never giving up on your dreams, no matter how tough life gets.
The story deals with some really tough emotional issues, offering comfort, hope and joy. I hope you love this book as much as I do. Dear Dylan Synopsis A first crush. An unexpected friendship.
A dream come true. Dear Dylan! Not to everyone of course. I know you probably get loads and loads of fan mail but I wanted to ask you - could we be e-mates? Yours hopefully, Georgie xxx. Fourteen year old Georgie Harris feels as if the summer holidays are over before they have even begun.
Banned from going to the local drama workshop by her bully of a step-dad and her increasingly fragile mum, she is consigned to six long weeks of looking after her tooth fairy obsessed kid sister. Sick of feeling like the outsider at home and at school, she starts emailing the one person she thinks might understand: Dylan Curtland, star of the popular soap opera Jessop Close. And when Dylan starts emailing back, Georgie finally feels a tiny spark of hope.
At last she has someone who really gets her, someone who really wants to help. But in the faceless world of email all is not as it seems
Siobhan Curham is a name to watch. It is a story that reminds us of the power of true friendships. Booktrust would like to congratulate Siobhan Curham on a wonderful achievement. While the correspondence in Dear Dylan is fictional, Charing Cross are actual letters shared between two fascinating yet normal people. I really loved Georgie.
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