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by Kathryn Erskine

A heart-warming story of loss and recovery that won the American National Book Award 2010 – one of the most moving books you’ll ever read.

Since Caitlin’s brother died, she has no one to explain the world to her. It’s a confusing place, full of emotions and colours she can’t understand. So when Caitlin reads the definition of “closure” in the dictionary, she decides that’s what she needs. And as she struggles to find it, she lets a world of colour into her black-and-white life.

A bittersweet story about hurt and healing, told in the unforgettable voice of a young girls with Asperger’s syndrome.

About Kathryn Erskine

Kathryn Erskine worked as a lawyer for fifteen years before realizing that her real passion lay in writing. Mockingbird, her first novel to be published in the UK, won the National Book Award in America in 2010, and garnered wide critical acclaim on its publication in the UK in 2012.


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