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If any of his classmates bothered to talk to him, instead of slagging him off, they'd find he was just as clued up as they were on films, on books, on telly, even on sport. But he wouldn't tell them that his secret talent is cooking. And Jimmy has another secret that even he doesn't know yet. A secret that will change him forever.
Catherine Forde — author of Sugarcoated , Skarrs and Firestarter returns with a brilliant, bittersweet story of first love, forgiveness and a family coming to terms with the past.
BookLoons Reviews - Fat Boy Swim by Catherine Forde
A gripping, emotive and insightful book for young adults. Catherine Forde was discovered on the slush pile.
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Jimmy is surprised to see Father Joe, and Aunt Pol is even more astounded at the priest's re-appearance in their community. Father Joe has learned of Jim's cooking talent, and convinces him to act as chef for the fundraiser at the upcoming swim-a-thon.
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Father Joe is involved with a South African orphanage for children of all ages, some with Aids, and the facilities need funds for renovation and expansion. Joe tells Jim, ' if you met my kids, you'd give them the moon. Every kid deserves a decent childhood.
Nothing to do with race A child deserves the chance to build on the talents it's been born with, not bury them. Jimmy has been dreaming nearly every night about swimming, and about a ' Shadow Shape ' apparition at the end of the pool, which he is never able to define. Then a new student, Ellie McPherson, arrives on the scene, and it's instant attraction for Jim.
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He comes to Ellie's aid when classmates taunt her about her special eyeglasses for crossed eyes. Jim describes how he feels when he encounters Ellie - ' jelly-baby legs ', ' love-shaky hands ', ' thumping in his rib cage - Baboom '.