Milo And The Restart Button

Milo is nearly 13, has just moved house and started a new school bothfor the umpteenth time him and his dad and sister are trying toadjust to life without Milo s mum, who has died, but they aren t copingvery well and no one is really talking about it It s not all doom andgloom though, I promise It s a tough subject, but dealt with a lighttouch and plenty of sparky huMilo is nearly 13, has just moved house and started a new school bothfor the umpteenth time him and his dad and sister are trying toadjust to life without Milo s mum, who has died, but they aren t copingvery well and no one is really talking about it It s not all doom andgloom though, I promise It s a tough subject, but dealt with a lighttouch and plenty of sparky humour it s actually really, really funny,and interspersed throughout with cartoon illustrations that provideeasier access to the tough issues and engage readers in a different way.The book is never heavy or preachy sensitive and sad, yes, butultimately a hugely entertaining read.
Milo And The Restart Button Milo is nearly has just moved house and started a new school bothfor the umpteenth time him and his dad and sister are trying toadjust to life without Milo s mum who has died but they aren t cop

  • Title: Milo And The Restart Button
  • Author: Alan Silberberg
  • ISBN: 9780857071903
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Milo And The Restart Button”

    1. A wonderful, poignant story about a young boy coping with bereavement. The author sensitively handles Milo's grief with a light touch, so that the book has plenty of fun moments. Five stars!

    2. For Milo everything feels new: new neighborhood, new house, new school, new life. As he struggles to fit in and find friends, he also struggles with mourning his recently departed mother. His family is mostly shut down about everything so when Milo decides to begins a quest to "bring her back to life" he is pleasantly surprised that it allows his family to grieve together and find a "new normal" together. I LOVE the writing here. It's honest, it's funny, it's perfectly aimed at the intended audi [...]

    3. This book is about a boy called Milo who is having a lot of trouble at school, Home and socially. I like this book because it also relates to me and our year level having trouble at school , home and socially. This book is really funny and there are a lot of weird parts in this book that I think many people would like. When Milo meets a girl he finds her really but then she tells him something that he has to swear he can't tell anyone else and it makes him think differently about her.I recommend [...]

    4. I thought this was a sequel to Milo: Sticky Notes and Brain Freeze, but it turns out it's just another edition with a different cover and name.

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