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Life on the Refrigerator Door
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One for fridge note junkies! How many words does it take to say ‘I love you forever, goodbye’? Life is such a rush. Is there someone you always miss by seconds? Or keep playing phone tag with? Tell them you love them – right now. Claire and her mum, Elizabeth, rarely see each other. They chat via post-it notes stuck to the fridge door. This book is those post-it notes: a whole year of them. A year in which something shocking happens in Claire and Elizabeth’s lives. This is a sad book and a hopeful book. A story of how we rush around, forgetting to make time for what matters. But it’s also a tribute to how much just a few simple words can say. So make time for yours.
- A whole novel told entirely in fridge notes
- Warm and original look at a mother-daughter relationship
- Heartwarming, funny and sad book with an important message
- “Very original and touching” – Joanne Harris
July 2nd, 2015
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