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The Memory Tree

Teckentrup, Britta
A beautiful and heartfelt picture book to help children celebrate the memories left behind when a loved one dies. Perfect for sharing, it will bring comfort to both children and parents.

The Nearest Faraway Place

Long, Hayley
A powerfully told story of the love between two brothers in the aftermath of a family tragedyGriff and Dylan are driving into Manhattan with their parents when the worst happens. But Dylan is worried about Griff: whether he is OK, whether he is coping with his grief.

The Pond

Davies, Nicola

The Reluctant Journal of Henry K. Larsen

Nielsen, Susin
Thirteen-year-old wrestling fanatic Henry used to have a normal life. Now, his therapist wants him to keep a journal so he can express his feelings about what happened. Henry has moved with his dad to a new city, where nobody knows their name.

The Sea Saw

Percival, Tom
A beautiful, emotionally satisfying look at how nothing is ever truly lost if you keep it in your heart...

The Sky Is Everywhere

Nelson, Jandy

The Skylarks' War

McKay, Hilary
An evocative and heartbreaking novel of family and friendship in wartime from Hilary McKay, award-winning author of the Casson Family Chronicles.

The Snow Sister

Carroll, Emma
Ever since her sister, Agnes, died, Pearl has a tradition every time it snows. It makes Christmas feel a little less lonely. On Christmas Eve, her father receives a letter about a long-lost relative's will. In anticipation of a better Christmas, Pearl goes to beg credit at Mr Noble's grocery to get ingredients for a Christmas pudding.

The Suitcase

Naylor-Ballesteros, Chris
When a strange-looking animal arrives pulling a big suitcase, the other animals are curious. But when the animals break into the suitcase and discover a very special photograph, they begin to understand what the strange creature has been through, and together they create a very special welcome present . .

The Thing About Jellyfish

Benjamin, Ali
An extraordinary debut about a twelve-year-old girl coming to terms with her best friend's death in the only way she knows how.

The Way Back Home

Stratton, Allan
Winner of the Scelte di classe 2019Zoe Bird is going nowhere fast. She's angry and lonely, and her only true friend is her granny, whose Alzheimer's is worsening. When her parents put Granny in a home, Zoe decides now is the time to break free.

The Weight of a Thousand Feathers

Conaghan, Brian