Strange things are happening in Chanale's life. The brown suitcase is packed. Ima's voice is tight and her eyes look red. Abba has disappeared and Chanale isn't sure what's going on.
This poignant (definition), gripping novel tells the story of the realities of divorce in a tender, sensitive way, through the eyes of six-year-old Chanale as she navigates a whole new world. Told movingly and simply, this book tugs at the heart and gives plenty of food for thought. What happens when the dollhouse gets rearranged and the Ima and Abba no longer live inside?
A highly contemporary and realistic novel, this is a book that does not disappoint.