Mum Never Did Learn to Knock
Emily and Mum are close – real close – and then Mum goes. But that doesn’t mean they have to stop talking, even if Dad doesn’t like it.
A moving and heart-warming story of families, friends and moving on.
A moving tale of laughter and loss from bestselling Cathy Hopkins.
Emily and her Dad have been on their own since her mum left. But Emily has a secret: she still sees her mum, and people are beginning to worry about her.
Because Emily's mum isn't coming back...But as her friendship with Mark starts to develop into something more, can Emily find the strength to start letting go?
Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+
|Illustrated by||Louise Wright|
|Number of Pages||80 pages|