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Publication Date: 3 Sep 2020
Subject: Younger teen novels
Suitable for: Secondary (Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11)
AR: 4.8 MY+
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A story told in poems about a young girl deeply affected by her father's death, who finds herself in a strange library and a dark forest as she grapples with her loss.
Daphne is unbearably sad and adrift. She feels the painful loss of her father acutely and seeks solace both in the security of her local library and the escape her phone screen provides by blocking out the world around her. As Daphne tries to make sense of what has happened she recalls memories of shared times and stories past, and in facing the darkness she finds a way back from the tangle of fear and confusion, to feel connected once more with her friends and family.
NOTE: Carnegie Medal Shortlist 2021
NOTE: Greenaway Medal Longlist 2021
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