FREE Shipping



RRP: £99
Price: £9.9
£9.9 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods


It tells the story of a young boy who creates a boat out of newspaper, once outside with his boat, a massive rainstorm arrives, his boat floats away, and the adventure begins!

i absolutely adore their dynamic and their individual comments made me laugh much harder than i was expecting. He earned a BFA in illustration from Ringling College of Art and Design in 2002 and has since worked for Hallmark Cards Inc. initially, i was not expecting the characters to have as much depth as they did (i will admit, it's not loads and loads of depth but for a short standalone novel, it was a bit more that i was expecting. I had a couple of issues where Waverly’s character and with the pacing of the book, but beyond those it is a completely adorable beach read that I completely recommend to anybody looking for a fluffy YA romance. from waverly, to blake, to jesse, to lena, and even to alissa these characters had such unique personalities that blended perfectly together.in some ways, they reminded me of jeremiah fisher and steven conklin from the summer i turned pretty.

i will admit, the big and bold "wattpad books" label made me a bit nervous about the actual quality of the writing (especially given the fact that a fifteen-year-old kate marchant wrote the first half) however, float pulled through. But every summer must come to an end, and letting go is hardest when you've finally found where you belong. the talk about how hard it can be to find yourself and find your people is most certainly a relatable topic, so when you do find your people and your best self, you need to hold onto that. Float, with all of it's nostalgic summer camp fun, would be a perfect antidote to a dreary winter day.

I think it would be great to have a pile of paper on hand and make a bunch of stuff to play with after reading Float. Rather than follow the path of a syllabus or textbook, Andrew Morris takes examples from the science we see every day and uses them as entry points to explain a number of fundamental scientific concepts – from understanding colour to the nature of hormones – in ways that anyone can grasp. I did enjoy reading Waverly and Blake grow with each other over the summer, it was more than just Blake teaching her how to swim, it was him teaching her how to conquer her fears and become more flexible and less anxious and he helped her open up in more ways than one. Also, she had forgotten her phone in Alaska, which was just a little bit of an absurd situation that I found hard to take seriously.

While almost every individual part of the book was great, the way that it all fit together felt a little confusing sometimes. Float Level is Manchester City Centre's First Floatation Centre bringing the ultimate in relaxation and a whole host of other benefits to the people of Manchester. After his autobiography Beyond the Flames and his eclectic anthology London’s Firefighters, David C. There’s a small issue, but there’s nothing that makes them mad at each other, or makes them have to break up and get back together. I was fuming when I got to the part about Blake forcing Waverly and Isabel to go to Ethan's party to go get Alissa.My three year old was reading it to herself today while I wrote, and when she closed it she turned to me and sighed, “That boy is so lucky! Please refer to the instructions on the ‘ Register’ page for details of how to join the new incarnation of BFW. this story follows waverly, a 17yr old girl from alaska staying with her aunt for the summer attempting to escape her divorced parents who have been fighting over who gets to have her for the summer, then comes blake, the super-hot next door neighbor and welcomes waverly into his circle of friends, as the two grow closer, waverly's fortunes begin to look up but every summer must come to an end, and letting go is hardest when you’ve finally found where you belong.

This book a time travel experience, meeting and learning the ideas of the founders of a lot of modern-day match winning methods; simply fantastic!when starting this book i thought waverly was terribly bland and mediocre as the main character, however, as the story unfolds, it's clear to the reader why she acts so plainly.

  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns


Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop