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Buddy Josh Cranford Loves Running, Soccer, Cricket Anything, As Long As It S Sport Most Of All, He Loves To Win Just One Person Stands In His Way Super Jock Shane Then Along Comes An Off The Wall Teacher And A Wicked New Challenge The Energex Iron Kid Triathalon The Perfect Chance To Take Shane On And Win Except Josh Can T Swim He Vowed He Never Would If He S Going To Enter The Triathalon He Will Have To Overcome His Fear Of Water And Take A First Step To Confront A Secret Burried Too Deep In His Past To Think About


10 thoughts on “Buddy

  1. says:

    always a favourite, even though it is aimed at a younger agegroup


  2. says:

    IT WAS REALLY BAD AND SUCKED


  3. says:

    One of my favourite reads I remember reading this on holidays when I was young, and its poignant message and beautiful story is one I wont forget.


  4. says:

    This has always been one of my favourite childhood books and I was thrilled to find it in the op shop


  5. says:

    This is the book me and my reading group was reading for an activity This book was an alright book but I think the book is suitable for people that like playing sport or reading about beating your fear.what i like about this book is how creative the book is and how the characters faced there fear thinkin


  6. says:

    Includes the topics of being a twin, divorce, football, triathlon, arrogant class mates, being the new kid, and family secrets The most notable themes discuss a sense of belonging versus compartmentalising different aspects of your life, winning isn t everything, misconceptions and the consequences of teenage risk


  7. says:

    Buddy by V.M Jones is an intriguing and emotional novel that depicts the life of a young boy, Josh Cranford and his twin brother buddy See the progression of Josh s attitude as he initially realises the struggles of having a disabled brother and realise his transition into him being proud of his brother and who he is and wh


  8. says:

    This is a lovely book about a boy who has a disabled brother It has just the right touch neither too sentimental, nor too clinical.


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