By Jacqueline Wilson
Floss's mom and dad are divorced, and he or she divides up her week, spending 5 days together with her mum, her new stepdad and her child half-brother. the opposite days Floss spends together with her dad, assisting him to run his greasy spoon cafe. yet their uncomplicated association is thrown into disarray whilst Floss's mum comes to a decision to maneuver to Australia.
Making the tough selection to stick at domestic, Floss strikes in completely along with her dad they usually litter alongside fortunately jointly, surviving on chip butties and having fun with visits to the neighborhood funfair. yet catastrophe moves - Dad's cash issues meet up with him and so they need to circulation out of the cafe. They're homeless - yet can their new fairground pals support out?
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