The Chocolate Box Girls: Summer's Dream

Beautiful, golden-haired Summer has always dreamed of dancing. So when a place at her chosen ballet school comes up, she wants it so badly it hurts. Middle school ends and the holidays begin – but unlike her sisters, Summer has no time for beach parties and lazy days. The audition becomes her obsession, and things start spiralling out of control… The more Summer tries to find perfection, the more lost she feels. With the help of a cute boy who wants more than friendship, will she finally see that dreams come in all shapes and sizes? The third irresistible title in Cathy Cassidy’s gorgeous series about five very different sisters.

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  • This book was amazing me and my sister both love it its definitely 5/5

    15 December 2014

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    this was the first cathy cassidy book i had read and i loved it

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    This book is absolutely amazing you have so got to read it! NOW

    9 March 2014

  • I personally think that this is a fabulous book explaining the life of summer. J think this is the second best book in the series. I recommend it.

    5 March 2014

  • HI just got it from the libary yesterday gonna read it


    30 August 2013

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    Cathy Cassidy

    She’s been an art teacher, magazine editor and agony aunt but we like her best as a top-selling author. If you love books about family, friendship and chocolate, then look no further than Cathy!


    Cathy won the Royal Mail Award for Scottish Children’s Books for Scarlett in 2007, the Lincolnshire Young People’s Book Award in 2009 and the 2013 Doncaster Book Award for Summer’s Dream. She was also crowned Queen of Teen in 2010.

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