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How to Look for a Lost Dog

11-year-old Rose is autistic and struggles to understand her classmates. But when her father gives her a stray dog, which she names Rain, the dog becomes her best friend, her anchor in a confusing world. So when Rain goes missing during a storm, Rose refuses to stop looking for him... A touching story from the beloved author of The Babysitters Club.
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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 240
Altersempfehlung 9 - 11
Erscheinungsdatum 01.01.2016
Sprache Englisch, Französisch
ISBN 978-1-4749-0647-0
Verlag Usborne Publishing Ltd
Maße (L/B/H) 20.2/13.1/1.9 cm
Gewicht 197 g
Buch (Taschenbuch, Englisch, Französisch)
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Rose and Rain, a duo to love
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden am 27.09.2019
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Rose is autistic and doesn't understand the struggles her father has with her. Only when her father brings home Rain, her world is changing. They become best friends. I loved this book and it made me feel so many emotions for the characters, Rose's father can't handle being around his daughter and does nothing to understand or... Rose is autistic and doesn't understand the struggles her father has with her. Only when her father brings home Rain, her world is changing. They become best friends. I loved this book and it made me feel so many emotions for the characters, Rose's father can't handle being around his daughter and does nothing to understand or help her, which is sadly not too far from reality. She has trouble at school and most of the other children keep their distance. The only one who understands and cares for her is her uncle. I would recommend this for parents to read with their children, to show them how people can be different and that everyone needs a friend & love in their life.