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Quick-read heaven! How do you fill the gap when you lose someone you love? You know when you’re trying to look like you don’t mind, but you REALLY do. That’s Mikey since his dad died. (Thing is, he’s not fooling anyone.) He loved his old man, and never stopped dreaming that one day Dad would make good. Now there’s just numbness, and not caring, and doing dumb stuff to block it all out. The worst thing is, he can’t even remember his dad’s voice. But his best mate has an idea. Is there a way to bring the memories back, and plug the gap in Mikey’s heart?
- A deeply moving quick-read tale of grief and moving on
- By the acclaimed author of Being Billy and Saving Daisy
- Phil Earle is an award winner and Carnegie Medal nominee
- Dyslexia-friendly short book charged with emotional power
This book contains mature content.
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