Love, Aubrey

Aubrey is all on her own, living on TV, crackers and cheese, with only a pet goldfish for company. And when Gram turns up on the doorstep, worried that nobody’s answering the phone, she realises that something terrible has happened: Aubrey has been abandoned by her mother. But where are Aubrey’s father and sister? Another tragedy has befallen them – something Aubrey can’t even bring herself to think about. Taken to Vermont to live with Gram, Aubrey starts a new life. With the love of her grandmother and the letters she writes, can Aubrey begin to see that even though she’s lost everything, all is not lost? Shortlisted for the Red House Book Award, this tear-jerking story of tragedy and new beginnings is one of the year’s must-reads.

“Heartbreaking and touching” The Bookbag

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  • loved it

    this is one of the best book I have ever read!!!!!! I totally recommend it people who want a good book to read that will be one of the best books ever read. Thank you, Suzanne LaFler for such a wonderful book.

    17 February 2014

  • loved it

    I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this book. It is my most favourite book in the whole wide world!!! It is really heart felt and emotional and it relates to everyday life and the problems people face! Most definitely a book to read it is 5 Stars and I would read it again and again!!!

    23 May 2011

  • loved it

    This A really heartfelt emotioanal book, I dont really like sad books that make you cry, but this one, I truly loved. Its a really good book and I thouroghly enjoyed reading it, I couldnt stop for days!

    11 March 2011

  • this was a really sad book but I loved it this is what I call a really good book! i love it

    8 January 2011

  • I very sad book about the loss of parents. I definitely recommend it :-)

    18 December 2010

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    Suzanne LaFleur won the Redbridge Children’s Book Award for Love, Aubrey.

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