How do you cope with the death of someone you love? Some people break down; others, like 15-year-old Simon Walters, clam up. Friends, family, neighbours – all are given the same cold shoulder. Somehow though a stranger, Charlie Barber, won’t be shaken off.
Review: “When your young you are made to think that boys shouldn’t cry, if they do they are girly and not big and tough, often boys who were upset would be picked on for this reason. Obviously this is totally wrong. This book shows this it is alright to cry, and that often you need to cry and let your feelings out instead of letting them build up inside you. The story is about a boy who looses his mother and has difficulty expressing his sadness”.Bookmark the permalink. ← The Amber Spyglass The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time →
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