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Read & Download The Year We Fell From Space 104 í The deeply affecting next book from acclaimed author Amy Sarig KingLiberty Johansen is going to change the way we look at the night sky Most people see the old constellations the things they've been told to see But Liberty sees new patterns pictures and possibilities She's an exception Some othHinks she should be sad and lonelyAnd her sister who won't go outside their house Liberty feels like her whole world is falling from space Can she map a new life for herself and her family before they spin too far out of reach. This book is not getting nearly the attention it deserves in my opinion It's primarily about how divorce impacts an entire family But the main character Liberty is so clever and her coping mechanisms are fascinating Everyone in the family is in pain There are a lot of tears but I appreciated that there were no flat characters The relationships are realistic and everyone makes fairly normal mistakes The word space in the title is a metaphor for belonging And when a child loses their sense of belonging they may face a number of issues ranging from depression to bullying at school Another interesting tidbit about the story is that the journal entries go all the way up to October 2 2019 less than two weeks from the publication of this book which I thought was pretty cool There's an Author's Note about apps and other online resources related to mental health as well as about stars and constellations It was very difficult to put this one down Highly recommendFor children's literature middle grade literature and YA literature reviews feel free to visit my personal blog at The Miller Memo

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S new patterns pictures and possibilities She's an exception Some other exceptionsHer dad who gave her the stars Who moved out months ago and hasn't talked to her sinceHer mom who's happier since he left even though everyone t. The Year We Fell From Space is a well written moving middle grade novel about divorce and mental health Specifically this is the story of children stuck in the middle of their parents' divorce and how they are affecting by this separation Liberty's character is realistic and genuine yet uite infuriating at times But it's understandable as she is experiencing a bad thing which is the divorce of her parents She's acting irrational as a way to cope and process all of these things and it's apparent when you read the book how she is hurt confused and trying her best to understand what she needs to understand It's contagious It's a pity what Lib is experiencing but it is also commendable how she is overcoming herself to be matured enough to discern the things along the way to acceptance The Year We Fell From Space is a great book And it becomes greater because of the magical realism infused to this book which is interesting and amplify the importance of why this book was written

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The Year We Fell From SpaceThe deeply affecting next book from acclaimed author Amy Sarig KingLiberty Johansen is going to change the way we look at the night sky Most people see the old constellations the things they've been told to see But Liberty see. review to come